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Shores, Creepoid to release Record Store Day split 7-inch on No Idea

April 9, 2012
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No Idea Records labelmates Shores and Creepoid, they of the cultish “slowcore” subgenre, will be releasing a split 7-inch on Record Store Day (Apr. 21). Check out the cover art and track listing below.

Creepoid – “Golden String”
Shores – “Weak Trees”

The bands also have a few shows coming up (though not together), including somme RSD in-stores.

Creepoid Live
April 21st @ Siren Records Doylestown, PA

Shores Live
April 13th @ 400 West Rich Columbus, OH ^
April 14th @ Treasure Town Chicago, IL ^
April 15th @ The DAAC Grand Rapids, MI ^
April 21st @ Vertigo Music Grand Rapids, MI

^ = w/ Pygmy Lush

Written by Bryne Yancey

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