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Monday, June 3, 2013

Jack Buck Talks Latest Release, SOFT

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UGLY and SOFT are both seven-inch releases. What plans does Jack Buck have for the future? What about a full-length album or compilation of these EP releases?

Hopefully a full-length and a tour supporting Metallica and their new 3D movie Through The Never.

With SOFT's release, what other events or touring does Jack Buck have on deck?

We have a few exciting things on the docket. On June 21, we're playing the PRF Rock Fest in Chicago with tons of bands from all over, including Dianogah, Stinking Lizavetta and Trophy Wives. Info on that fest can be found at the PRF BBQ website. Later in July we're hitting the road with Chicago's Fake Limbs for a few days, playing Louisville, Bloomington and maybe the moon. Should be a productive summer for us Beliebers.

Preview Jack Buck's new EP SOFT over at the band's personal bandcamp page.

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