Rose Hill Drive hosts listening party for its new album, Americana, this Monday at the Sundown

Rose Hill Drive fans bemoaning the fact that the band has been mostly dormant for the past few years, rejoice! The indefinite, self-imposed hiatus has come to an end, and your heroes have returned -- with new music. The former power trio (now a quartet, with the addition of bassist Jimmy Stofer) has completed work on a new album, Americana, which it plans to release locally on its own imprint, Slow and Shirley Records, later this summer.

In honor of the occasion, the Boulder-based outfit is hosting a listening party for Americana this Monday, June 13, at the Sundown Saloon in Boulder; fans can listen to the new platter -- which the band recorded and co-produced at Coupe Studios -- in its entirety beginning at 8:30 p.m. As if that weren't incentive enough to make it out, the group, which is getting ready to join Stone Temple Pilots on tour for a series of dates, will be giving away five pairs of tickets to its show next Friday, June 17, at the Bluebird Theater.

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