Disco Biscuits EP Release Party at Brooklyn Bowl!

The Disco Biscuits EP Release Party at Intimate Brooklyn Bowl

The Disco Biscuits
The Disco Biscuits have announced that their first EP is finally coming out. The EP is appropriately called On Time and will feature two unreleased songs from the upcoming full-length album ("On Time" and "Loose Change"). "On Time" is the first single off the record and "Loose Change" was produced by Simon Posford and Benji Vaughan. Also included on the physical copy of the EP will be the previously released "Konkrete," a mixed live version of "Mirrors," a live edited video of "Mirrors" from Red Rocks (which features all of the wild shenanigans from the show), an Eliot Lipp remix of "On Time" and an extended club remix of "On Time" by Twisted Dee. There is also an actual music video for the band's "You and I" track shot in Japan when the band played at Fuji Rock.

The EP will be sold on the road starting next week and will be available online and digitally everywhere. Stay tuned for more information. To celebrate the release, the Biscuits will be throwing a party on Sunday, October 11 at the intimate Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, NY. The band will play two sets and you will also get a free copy of the EP. Tickets are $25 and go on sale at www.biscotix.com on Monday (10/05) at Noon Eastern. The public on sale will be on Tuesday at Noon Eastern at this link.

The band is also doing a Twitter contest tomorrow in Washington, DC where the grand prize winner will receive two tickets during the NYE run. Your choice of show, except New Year's Eve. Go to www.discobiscuits.com/09twittercontest for more info.

The Disco Biscuits are on tour now; dates available here.

http://www.discobiscuits.com/

[Published on: 10/2/09]

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