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The State Of Celebrates Its CD Release at the Awarehouse on Septemebr 19

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The State Of, the indie-pop duo that's maintained a busy schedule constantly playing for crowds from Miami to Palm Beach, will celebrate their CD release September 19 at the Awarehouse before they head out on tour. After the party, they'll make stops in D.C., Georgia, Wisconsin, Missouri, and Iowa, among others. Two years in the making, Days of Abandon will go beyond the group's signature synth/drum setup to incorporate guitars, an accordion, and even a trumpet. Admission to the CD release party will cost $10.

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