If you've visited the Larimer Lounge website recently, you might have noticed a rather cryptic listing for Tuesday, March 3: The band listed is ESEEM, with the words, "Don't miss this one." No price is listed and no further information is available. Well, the cat's out of the bag now. After unveiling its Atlantic Records debut album in a private, invitation-only listening party earlier that night, Denver's own Meese will be throwing open the doors of the Larimer to the general public and playing a rare, intimate show to celebrate the imminent release of the album.
According to Nate Meese, the doors will open around 9 p.m., but the band probably won't take the state until 10 p.m. or so. Come on out and help these talented, passionate gentlemen celebrate the completion of an album they're very proud of. It won't be released just yet, but in the meantime, you can get a free download of "Count Me Out" by joining the band's email list from its website.
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