The Gamits new album Parts to be co-released on Paper + Plastick

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Parts. That's the name of the new Gamits record. This is the artwork for the new platter, which we just learned will be co-released by Suburban Home Records and Paper + Plastick, the imprint owned by Vinnie Fiorello of Less Than Jake, sometime in October.

While we can't say for certain, we suspect there's a good chance you might hear some new tunes at the Gamits' upcoming reunion show at the Bluebird on Friday, August 6. If not, you're certainly bound to hear them at the local CD release party at the Gothic on Saturday, September 4.

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