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We are very proud to be recording our 8th studio album this winter. As of now there are thirteen songs in various stages of “complete” — we’ll have more details about this very soon. But we’ve decided that a Boston show, in the middle of it all, will be quite epic. Don’t you think? We plan to play a few new songs in this headlining set, and re-enter the studio energized from the show.

Here are the details. Yes, this year we’re declaring January 13th to be “Guster Day” and the mayor will simply have to adjust his calendar.

Hope to see you there, Gusterrhoids!

January 13th
House of Blues
Boston, MA
Presale | Tickets | Info

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