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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Pre-order Mulehead's new album 'Forever Out Of Tune,' out April 28

Posted By on Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 3:17 PM

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Mulehead, the beloved Little Rock alt-country band who called it a day a decade ago but now very much rides again, have finished a new album, "Forever Out Of Tune," which will be out via Max Recordings on April 28. But! For those of you who can't wait that long or who feel inclined to support an important and deserving local cultural institution, you can pre-order the record today at Pledge Music and get immediate access to a free download.

You can get a CD, an LP or a digital copy — plus other things, like signed posters, woodcut prints and handwritten lyric sheets. Also, serious fans (or very lonely people) can pay extra to have coffee with front man Kevin Kerby ($100), have Kerby give a solo acoustic show at your house ($300) or have the full band play ($1,000), provided you live within 200 miles of Little Rock. 

Also check Pledge Music for a live in-studio performance of the record's title track. 

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