Celebrate life and death with 800Beloved and Vale

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PHOTO VIA 800BELOVED FACEBOOK
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Detroit shoegaze band, 800Beloved is hosting their funeral at the Marble Bar for one more go. Their last breath will be spent playing their third and final album, 'Some Kind of Distortion' from beginning to end with the remaining members including artist, Santa Anna Dreimane. They'll be performing with Vale who will be playing their debut album, so it's not all goodbyes. But, regardless of the new beginnings that could take place, pick out your favorite black outfit to see 800Beloved go six feet deep. 

Saturday, August 13, doors at 9 p.m.; 1501 Holden St., Detroit; $8.



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