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The Grasshopper Lies Heavy ink with Learning Curve

Posted by Loren on June 23, 2014

The Grasshopper Lies Heavy ink with Learning Curve
The Grasshopper Lies Heavy ink with Learning Curve

San Antonio, TX band The Grasshopper Lies Heavy will release their next record on Learning Curve Records. On July 8 the band will officially release All Sadness, Grinning Into Flow, followed by a national tour.

JULY TOUR:

7/5 San Antonio @ The Ten Eleven w/ Ghost Police
7/10 Houston, TX @ TBA
7/11 Baton Rouge @ Hound Dogs w/ Christworm
7/12 New Orleans, LA @ Siberia with Glassing
7/13 Hattiesburg, MS @ The Tavern
7/14 Tallahassee, FL @ All Saints Cafe
7/15 Atlanta, GA @ 529
7/16 Nashville, TN @ Springwater, w/ Across Tundras, Brother Ares, Sadiqacea and Hivelords
7/17 Louisville @Mag Bar
7/19 Madison WI @ Dragonfly
7/20 Minneapolis, MN @ The Hexagon w/ Gay Witch Abortion
7/21 Iowa City, IA @ Gabe's
7/22 St. Louis, MO @ Lemp Arts Center w/ Laika
7/23 Little Rock, AR @ Starlight House
7/24 Ft. Worth, TX @ 1919 Hemphill
7/25 Austin, TX @ Red 7 w/ Future Death, Michael Sharp

The Grasshopper Lies Heavy ink with Learning Curve
The Grasshopper Lies Heavy ink with Learning Curve

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