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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Felice Brothers name new album after Orlando's creepy Pleasantville

Posted By on Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 11:24 AM

Celebration, Fla.
  • Celebration, Fla.

SXSW & Coachella-bound folksters the Felice Brothers out of Brooklyn, N.Y., must've made a detour on their November Orlando tour stop into the terrifyingly happy, Disney-owned planned community of Celebration while they were here, because they've just named their new album, to be released May 10 on Fat Possum, Celebration, Florida.

A look at the track list reads like random notes scribbled while taking in the creepy Celebration sights: "Honda Civic." "Fire at the Pageant." "Ponzi." Seems about right. The band's also announced an accompanying tour, but weirdly, they're not coming through here. Maybe they've had enough.

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