And, not just that kind that was prompted a fan to do, um, you know, in the small warming house of a retired school teacher last week. On July 28th, Phish will release a 10-track album entitled Joy that “feels more like a live record than a lot of our live records” and draws “from Anastasios struggles with drugs and his return from a 2006 arrest for possession,” reports Rolling Stone. So, be happy.
God is alive! The Psychedelic Furs return this fall!
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