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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

The Pauses in final days of crowdfunding for new record

Posted By on Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 2:08 PM

click to enlarge The Pauses live - PHOTO BY JEN CRAY
  • Photo by Jen Cray
  • The Pauses live
Orlando's indie stalwarts the Pauses are in the final stretch of an Indiegogo campaign to fund the recording of their second album. The band's had a great year so far – touring, playing with Weezer and releasing a new cassette – but they're looking to release their new work on LP and just need a last lil' nudge.

Pauses frontperson Tierney Tough explained to the Weekly: "We've had so many wonderful contributions, and have made enough for PR, manufacturing, distro and art, but still need a little bit more to take care of all of the other pesky requirements of making a record."



The Pauses' Indiegogo fundraising page can be found here with all of the details on the project and the rewards you may reap for contributing. In the meantime, watch this video below.

The Pauses Crowdfunding - A WPWS News Special Report from The Pauses on Vimeo.


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