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  1. I have 2 tickets to see Death Cab and The Antlers on 5/2 at Northrop Auditorium in Minneapolis. The person I was supposed to go with jumped ship because he wanted to watch the big fight. Show starts at 7:30. If you don't mind sitting with me, the ticket is yours. Row A of first level balcony. PM if you are interested.
  2. Hey, I'm trying to find a copy of Undersea by The Antlers on blue vinyl. So far I've only been able to find it on black (the blue was the limited first run). Any help would be appreciated!
  3. I'm sure there are a few fans of The Antlers out there. Just a heads up that they started taking pre-orders for a new EP called Undersea. No idea on quantity. From their newsletter: Dearest Everyone- We're thrilled to tell you about our next release, Undersea, a four-song record that will be out July 24th on Anti- and July 30th on Transgressive. You can pre-order Undersea now at www.underseaundersea.com. Here's what we can tell you about it. It begins in the dream of a peaceful flood. Water covers everything and rises. We take a deep breath in and a slow breath out. Everything is changed. Time slows and stretches as a connectedness washes over everything. We’re left treading water, backstroking into the future. Undersea is the feeling of suspension- memories suspended in time and space, energy suspended in the air around us. It’s the serenity of drifting off to sleep or of sinking to the bottom of the ocean. It’s both the comfort of knowing that some questions have no answers, and the torment that we’re never meant to know the truth. We’ve searched for patient, colorful sounds and found a meditative calm, a persistent pulse that leaves room for everything to breathe and expand as a new world takes shape. There is no hurry. xoxo, The Antlers