800beloved celebrate the release of their new record tonight



Tonight, Small's Bar in Hamtramck will bare witness to Milford's 800beloved unveiling their third full length album. Their first release in over four years.

In a stroke of brilliance, the band threw a private listening party on a secret SoundCloud page. To get an invitation, you had to message the band on their Facebook page. Then, at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, the band sent out a private, temporary link to listen to the new album in its entirety before anyone else.

On the untitled, third album, Sean Lynch and company present a batch of songs that are endearing, emotional and triumphant. There is a mood to the album that evokes a withdrawn recklessness. The new material should translate very well to a live setting.

SIAMESE and The Last Ghost will open the show. Doors are at 8 p.m. Eight bucks gets you in the door, that is, if you are eighteen or older. 


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