ANR Celebrates Stay Kids Release at Eve This Saturday

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Last year, ANR released its latest album, Stay Kids, via the Something in Construction label. Bad news: It was only released in UK. Where's the stateside love, ANR?

The Miami duo are finally showing it when Stay Kids sees its U.S. release this month (March 15 digital, March 29 physical). If previews are any indication, the team's songwriting and composing only seems to be getting stronger with every release. They avoid the pitfalls of sounding too blog-band-of-the-moment and go for something more timeless.

If the anticipation is killing you, ANR's release party tomorrow at Eve won't only feature a live performance, but advance copies of Stay Kids will also be available for purchase.

There are also promises of a $5 Heineken special, an opening set by Little Beard, and DJ sets by Laura of Miami, Two Way, and Cosmo. Plus, Morphologic will be on hand to do projections and there will be some late-night bites courtesy of Raaga Cart and Earthcakes.

ANR with Little Beard, Laura of Miami, Two Way, and Cosmo. Saturday, March 5. Eve, 1306 N Miami Ave., Miami. Doors 10 p.m. and cover costs $15 for kids 18 to 20 or $10 for ages 21 and up. miamieve.com

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