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Flier of the Week: What Laura Says

​We're used to being shown a whole lot of fliers here at Up On The Sun. Each of them is artistically unique in its own way. But none of them has ever struck me quite like this one.

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What Laura Says has an absolutely beautiful flier for their upcoming show at the Crescent Ballroom on Friday, December 9.

It's great to see art like this, the sort of image tat would look beautiful blown up to a full poster-sized print. (Hint, hint, guys.)

These bands and this flier will be sure to brighten up your the beginning of the holiday season.


Ladylike and Future Loves Past will be joining them for this gig. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m., and cover is $10. It's a 21-and-up.

If the flier serves as any indication of the type of experience you'll have the evening of the show, it's sure to be a colorful one.

So come out to Downtown Phoenix, have a drink, and enjoy the company and the sounds of the Bloom Cheek boys.


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