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Steve Graham | steven@whatradio.com
Published: Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 2:38 p.m.

Hear a sample from Rose Windows' upcoming release

Seattle psych rock band Rose Windows just announced that they will be releasing a 7-inch with their new single “There Is a Light” and “Fix Me Another one.” You can get your hands on this release from Sub Pop Records on June 10.

Rose Windows will be performing in Everett at the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival on Friday, May 16, on the main stage at the Historic Everett Theater with Gardens and Villa, LAKE, Smokey Brights and more. The last time Rose Windows played in Everett last Fall, they played in front of a sold out crowd at Kroaker’s and the scene at the theater is expected to be the same.

While you have to wait a month to purchase the new Rose Windows 7-inch, you can hear the new single “There Is a Light” right now by clicking below. Two day passes to the Fisherman’s Village Music Fest are $65 General Admission or $50 for an All Ages pass.



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