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The Pretty Flowers covers album

Posted by Loren on April 28, 2019

The Pretty Flowers covers album
The Pretty Flowers covers album

The Pretty Flowers will release a covers album on May 3, followed by a US tour that begins in San Pedro, CA on May 23 and wraps up on June 1 in San Francisco. Titled The Golden Beat Sessions, the new album will be available on casssette (Dirt Cult Records) and features covers of artists such as The Wipers, Teenage Fanclub, Split Enz, and Neil Young. Listen to their take on "Lawyers, Guns, and Money," originally by Warren Zevon, below.

The band also released Why Trains Crash last year, also on Dirt Cult.


Thursday May 23 San Pedro, Brouwerij West

Saturday May 25 San Diego, Kensington Club

Sunday May 26 Las Vegas, Double Down

Monday May 27 Salt Lake City, Kilby Court

Wednesday May 29 Seattle, Vera Project

Thursday May 30 Portland, Kenton Club

Friday May 31 TBD

Saturday June 1 San Francisco, Ireland’s 32

The Pretty Flowers covers album
The Pretty Flowers covers album

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