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FREE EP: The Lumineers - Tracks From The Attic

 

If you're a fan of The Avett Brothers, Mumford & Sons, or The Head & the Heart, stop what you're doing, and listen to the song "Ho Hey" by The Lumineers:



Incredibly catchy (and cute), eh? I've worn out the "repeat" button listening to this gem. "Ho Hey" is just begging to be featured on that Windows Are Rolled Down mixtape you're making to accompany you on drives (or bike rides!) during this week's gorgeous weather. And guess what -- there couldn't be a better time to be introduced The Lumineers. The Denver-based folk trio (Wesley Schultz, Jeremiah Fraites, and Neyla Pekarek) will be releasing their self-titled debut album on April 3rd, and they'll be performing at The Frequency (opening for the Kopecky Family Band) on April 12th. But wait! THERE'S MORE. You can scoop up their EP Tracks From The Attic for free:



Can't wait til their album comes out April 3rd to have "Ho Hey" in your hands? You can download the single on iTunes now.


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