Ah, yeah! It's two-for-Tuesday! May is shaping up to be a pretty big month for new releases in the Mile High City. In addition to the songs we've already shared with you from Houses, Elin Palmer, Synthetic Elements, Angie Stevens and the Jim Jims, here's another track from a magnificent indie pop band we're all positively nuts about, the Pseudo Dates. The tune, "Wine & Coffee," features the Psuedo's trademark sticky sweet melodies and harmonies, appears on 400 Some Odd Songs In 400 Some Odd Nights. Engineered by James Barone from Moonspeed and Tjutuna (formerly Mothership), the new record is due for release on Friday, May 29, at the Skylark, before the band heads for the West Coast for a short tour. Enjoy!
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