The New PRETEND Album is on its Way – “Tapestry’d Life”

by | Aug 31, 2015

These dudes were outstanding when I saw them play at Bonnerhaus a couple months back. You know how sometimes you see a band and wonder why you never got into them sooner? That’s Pretend.

Signed to Topshelf Records, Pretend are on course to releasing their sophomore record Tapestry’d Life, a super long-awaited follow up to their 2009 debut effort Bones In The Soil, Rust In The Oil. It’ll be out digitally and on vinyl on October 9th.

Here’s a teaser for the upcoming record, as well as a stream of Bones In The Soil, Rust In The Oil in its entirety.


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