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Listen to Death Chorus from Polar Bear Club

Posted by Loren on December 5, 2013

Listen to Death Chorus from Polar Bear Club
Listen to Death Chorus from Polar Bear Club

Death Chorus, the latest from Polar Bear Club on Rise Records is now streaming online. It is the follow-up to Clash Battle Guilt Pride and released on Nov. 19.

Polar Bear Club is currently wrapping up a tour with Diamond Youth.

Dec 05 -- Drunken Unicorn -- Atlanta, GA

Dec 06 -- Strange Matter -- Richmond, VA

Dec 07 -- First Unitarian Church --Philadelphia, PA

Listen to Death Chorus from Polar Bear Club
Listen to Death Chorus from Polar Bear Club

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