Tickle Me Pink previews songs from new EP

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Tickle Me Pink, due at the Black Sheep and Marquis Theater this weekend, has put the finishing touches on its next platter, On Your Way Down. The three-song EP, produced by Matthew Hager and mixed by Jason Livermore at the Blasting Room, isn't due out until Tuesday, May 18, but you can hear two of the three songs on the act's MySpace page. The disc marks the first new music from the band since the addition of guitarist Joey Barba, who came on board after the death of bass player Johnny Schou in 2008, who passed away on the day Madeline, the band's national debut was released.

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