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The Dears Get Props from Famous People... and Tour!

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Thom Yorke digs the Dears. At least, that's what his iTunes celebrity playlist says! Their song "No Hope Before Destruction," from the Ace Fu release Protest EP, is number six on Yorke's list. He says, "it sounds all soppy, oh but then all hell breaks loose." Interesting observation. Certainly everyone should test the veracity of this statement by buying their own copy of the song or CD!

OR.... you could see them play it LIVE in a city near you! The Dears are on tour now with Annuals, and trust us, you don't want to miss them. Check out the dates here, and while you're waiting in anticipation for the show, sate your appetite by buying one of our specially priced Annuals/Dears bundles in the e-store while supplies last!

Annuals on myspace (again) New UK EP

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So Annuals are back up on the front page of myspace in anticipation of their new UK EP release "Big Zeus"
The EP contains 3 songs from "Be He Me" as well as "Ease My Mind" which was previously released as the B-side to their Brother 7" and the previously unreleased "Misty Coy." The EP hits UK shelves on January 29th unfortunately it's a UK only release so the US is out of luck, and as of press-time we wont have them on the e-store either, we're jerks, we know.

There's alway eBay.

Annuals' Brother video to premiere on MTVu

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Tuesday January 16th MTVu will be premiering Annuals' video for "Brother" They'll be playing it every hour all day long, so if you get MTVu take a break between classes hunker down in the ol dorm room and watch our boys (and girl) shine!

Man Man is Philadelphia Weekly's Band of the Year

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Let's give it up for Man Man for winning such a prestigious award!

...Well, maybe not prestigious per se, but it's still pretty darn cool.

Check out the article here.

and click here to read what CMJ had to say about their recent sold out show at the bowery ballroom. Then check out some video of their set.

Ace Fu seeks Office share

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Ace Fu records, is seeking a similar small, stable, creative-minded business with whom to share office space. Ace fu has been operating as an independent record label for over 8 years. Some of our more well known acts have included Pinback, Ted Leo, Man Man, and most recently Annuals. We are primarily a 2 person staff day to day with a rotating cast of 2 to 3 interns coming in at various intervals throughout the week.
We are seeking something between 14th and 50th and from 5th Ave to the West side. If you have a pre-existing space you’re looking to share, great! If not, two companies looking together is better than one.

email andy at acefu.com for more details.
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