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Pale Bride
Pale Bride
Artist: Von Bondies
Format: 7" 45

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Label: Majordomo Bride
Rel. Date: 11/18/2008
UPC: 826663111415

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DISC: 1

1. Pale Bride
2. Falling in Love

More Info:

This exclusive 7" features 'Pale Bride' from Love, Hate And Then There's You as well as the unreleased B-side "Falling In Love". The Von Bondies formed in Detroit in 2000, helping to fuel the burgeoning local indie music scene. The band's roaring sound and raw emotion played an essential role in the resurgence of garage rock, going on to find critical mainstream success, and influencing many other artists.

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This exclusive 7" features 'Pale Bride' from Love, Hate And Then There's You as well as the unreleased B-side "Falling In Love".

The Von Bondies formed in Detroit in 2000, helping to fuel the burgeoning local indie music scene. The band's roaring sound and raw emotion played an essential role in the resurgence of garage rock, going on to find critical mainstream success, and influencing many other artists.

Their long-anticipated new album Love, Hate And Then There's You will drop on February 3, 2009.

Produced by Rick Parker (BRMC), Peter Katis (Interpol), Sean O' Keefe (Hawthorne Heights) and Butch Walker (Hot Hot Heat), and written by singer/songwriter/guitarist Jason Stollsteimer, Love, Hate And Then There's You is The Von Bondies' third studio album, and the first since 2004's critically acclaimed Pawn Shoppe Heart, which became an indie rock essential and featured the hit single "C' mon C' mon."