The Life and Times’ Suburban Hymns to see vinyl release

Posted July 13th, 2007 by Eric Greenwood · No Comments

This October Hawthorne St. Records will issue The Life and Times’ debut long-player, Suburban Hymns, on vinyl for the first time. The CD version was originally put out back in 2005 on DC’s DeSoto. Since the release of The Magician EP last fall on Japan’s Stiff Slack Records, the band has been working on new songs in a home-built studio in KC, MO. Currently, the trio is doing a quick southern sweep of shows before heading back homeward.

TLAT live:

07.13

Birmingham, Alabama

the Bottletree Loungew/ Parts and Labor. 19+. $8 adv, $10 day of. TLAT @ 10pm.Saturday

07.14

Atlanta, Georgia

Lennys Corndog Festival w/ Dropsonic, The Poles, and many more. 21+. $10. TLAT @ 10pm.Saturday

07.21

Kansas City, Missouri

Westport Parking Lot – (on 40th st. between pennsylvania and washington) Cultivate Guatamala Benefit w/ Black Pool Lights and Flee the Seen. AA. gate @ 7pm. all tix $7. TLAT @ 9pm.Saturday

07.21

Lawrence, Kansas

Jackpot Saloon w/ the Appleseed Cast. 19+. $7. TLAT @ 11pm.Friday

07.27

Kansas City, Missouri

Fringe Fest – Rooftop -Kansas City Public Library w/ Giants Chair. AA. free to public, suggested donation. TLAT @ 8pm.

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