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Timeshares-Luther split out in March

Posted by Loren on December 11, 2014

Timeshares-Luther split out in March
Timeshares-Luther split out in March

Luther and Timeshares will release a new split EP next year on March 3. The 4-song release will be issued by Suburbia Records.

Timeshares-Luther split out in March
Timeshares-Luther split out in March

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