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Steve Graham | steven@whatradio.com
Published: Thursday, February 16, 2012, 9:23 a.m.

Free music from the Lumineers

  • The Lumineers

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    The Lumineers

Update, Feb. 17, 2012: Due to high demand, the show has been moved to Neumos. Tickets for the Tractor will be honored.

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Denver folk band The Lumineers are set to release their self-titled debut album on April 3. In the meantime they are doing an excellent job of hyping the new album by dropping some teaser tracks on the Internet that have left me all kinds of excited for this album to finally come out.

Back in December, The Lumineers released four tracks from their Chapel Session with FuelFriendsBlog.com and yesterday they gave fans four more songs through PasteMagazine.com. All of these songs are available for free and are more than worth the time it will take to go download them.

The Lumineers are touring right now and will be in Seattle on Saturday March 31st. I got to see The Lumineers at the Capitol Hill Block Party last summer and promised myself then and there that I would not be missing them the next time they came to town and I am keeping that promise. You can purchase tickets here.

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