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Abrams debut a song

Posted April 30, 2015, 3:48 p.m. in Bands by Loren
Abrams debut a song

album art by Kristin Cofer

Denver mathy-stoner trio Abrams has unveiled the song "Sea Salt Lines" from their upcoming Lust. Love. Loss, to be self-released on June 16.


The band will tour this June.

The track list is as follows:

1) Manic
2) Sea Salt Lines
3) Sunshine
4) Sweaty and Self Conscious
5) Far from Home
6) Mr. Pink Always Wins
7) The Moat
8) Useless
9) Lust. Love. Loss.
10) The Light

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