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The Loneliest Monk played Schubas (belated pics), releasing a 7″ (stream it here) +++ headlining Reggie’s on Friday

photos by Grant MacAllister

The Loneliest Monk @ Schubas (4/30/2011)
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The Loneliest Monk are set to release a brand new 7″ this Friday, July 8th. The single will be titled Hiding Places (named after the a-side), and will include b-side, “He Is the Bad One.”

Stream what Windy City Rock called, “a little bit Fiery Furnaces, a little bit HEALTH” directly below via the widget.

The duo will headline Reggie’s this Friday night (7/8), and have put together quite a package for fans. You can purchase a $10 ‘release package’ via their label Kilo Records, which includes: An instant digital download, ticket to the show, and a receipt to pick up your copy in person (at said show).

Grant and I were able to catch the band at Schubas back in April, and we’ve got some previously unpublished shots of their set, plus their Reggie’s show flyer below..

The Loneliest Monk @ Schubas (4/30/2011)
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