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The Vandoliers plan new record in February

Posted by Loren on December 15, 2018

The Vandoliers plan new record in February
photo by Mike Brooks

Dallas-Forth Worgh group the Vandoliers will release a new album titled Forever on Feb. 22, 2019. The album is their third in total and first for Bloodshot Records.

Since forming in 2015, the band most recently released The Native in 2017.

Check out "Troublemaker" here:



12/15 – Tulsa, OK – Mercury Lounge
2/23 – Dallas, TX – Granada Theatre (ALBUM RELEASE SHOW)

Forever track listing:
Miles and Miles
All on Black
Fallen Again
Sixteen Years
Shoshone Rose
Bottom Dollar Boy
Cigarettes in the Rain
Nowhere Fast

The Vandoliers plan new record in February
photo by Mike Brooks

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