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    1. News : The Weaks’ End 10th Anniversary Tour West Coast Dates Added

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      Seattle icon Emery will be continuing ‘The Weak’s End’ 10th Anniversary Tour for about two weeks in the new year, with dates in Seattle 1/24 and Portland 1/25, featuring original guitarist/vocalist Devin Shelton. Supporting acts The Classic Crime (Matt MacDonald Acoustic) and Peace Mercutio, both Seattle bands, will continue with the tour, and Long Beach CA’s This Wild Life will also be playing. Keep your eyes peeled for venue and ticketing information!


    2. News : Death Cab For Cutie Transatlanticism Demo Stream

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      Bellingham indie rock heroes Death Cab For Cutie celebrates the 10th anniversary of their groundbreaking album ‘Transatlanticism’ with an expanded reissue of the original record. The reissue includes demo versions of all 11 tracks, and is available to stream on NPR’s First Listen now. The record is out on Barsuk Records, and is offered on vinyl with download codes or as digital-only. Purchase either on the Death Cab For Cutie website.


    3. News : Peace Mercutio Cover Emery’s ‘Disguising Mistakes…’

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      Currently out with Emery on the ‘Weak’s End’ 10th Anniversary Tour, Seattle band Peace Mercutio honors their tourmates and fellow Seattleites with a stripped down piano cover of Disguising Mistakes With Goodbyes. The cover is available now on YouTube, and showcases guitarist Dan Buckley’s voice and remarkable piano chops. Check it out!


    4. News : Emery Announces Next LP Launch Date Via ‘Bad Christian Music’ Label

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      Earlier this year, Emery parted ways amicably with longtime label Tooth & Nail to start their own label, Bad Christian Music. Now, on the eve of the ‘The Weak’s End’ 10th Anniversary tour, the Seattle band has announced a rough launch date of early 2014 for Emery’s next LP, ‘You Were Never Alone’ on Bad Christian Music. Subsequent Emery and Matt & Toby records will be released on the band’s label, and the hope is to bring other talent to the name as well.