THE SHEDS DEBUT NEW TRACK “HEART” FEATURING MEMBERS OF TRANSIT
Upcoming EP ‘Self/Doubt’ Set For Early 2012 Release, Limited Edition Copies To Be Available During Bands December Tour With Set Your Goals, This Time Next Year, and The Story So Far

THE SHEDS have premiered the track “Heart” from their upcoming EP ‘Self/Doubt’ on their Facebook page, located here http://www.facebook.com/thesheds. The track features guest appearances by Joe Boynton and Tim Landers of Transit. The EP is set to be released by Rite Of Passage Records digitally and on 7″ vinyl in early 2012, however fans will be able to pick up a limited edition CD version of the EP during the band’s upcoming tour with Set Your Goals, This Time Next Year, and The Story So Far. Dates for the tour are as follows:

12/15 Walnut Creek, CA – The Red House
12/16 Fresno, CA – The CYC
12/17 Temecula, CA – The Vault
12/18 Canoga Park, CA – The Cobalt Cafe

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