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BOSNIAN RAINBOWS Announce Details of Debut Album
|Bosnian Rainbows Release Self-Titled Debut Album|
July 09, 2013
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June 17, 2013
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May 14, 2013
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Teri Gender Bender, Nicci Kasper, Deantoni Parks and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, known collectively as BOSNIAN RAINBOWS, will release their self-titled debut album June 25 on Sargent House.
The album will feature the previously unveiled tracks "Torn Maps" and "Turtle Neck"--which can be heard at:
... as well as nine other original Bosnian Rainbows compositions.The complete track listing is:
3. Dig Right In Me
4. The Eye Fell In Love
5. Cry For You
6. Morning Sickness
7. Torn Maps
8. Turtle Neck
9. Always On The Run
11. Mother, Father, Set Us Free
Many if not all of the above will be familiar to those who caught the band on its recent run of U.S. headline dates, shows that generated raves.
Bosnian Rainbows have just returned from their March 15 appearance at the Festival Vive Latino at Mexico City's Foro Sol Stadium and one show supporting with Yeah Yeah Yeahs in Guadalajara--with whom they'll meet up again in May for shows in Berlin and Paris. Other confirmed U.S. engagements at present are May 25 at the Neon Desert Festival in El Paso, TX, to be accompanied by a few yet to be announced Texas club dates. Bosnian Rainbows have been on the road consistently since August 2012, touring extensively in Europe, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and on the west coast, making a U.S. festival debut at last September's Fun Fun Fun Fest, and more recently completing the aforementioned February headline tour.
Further live dates will be announced as they are confirmed.
05/06/13 - Berlin, Germany - Columbiahalle *
05/08/13 - Paris, FR - Olympia *
05/25/13 - El Paso, TX - Cleveland Square Park
* w/ Yeah Yeah Yeahs