The Love Me Nots Set Album Release Date, Plan Tour

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The top act in Phoenix's garage rock scene, The Love Me Nots, has set a September 18 release date for their new record, Upsidedown Insideout, which they recorded at Mesa's Flying Blanket Recordings with the legendary Detroit-based producer Jim Diamond. (You can read my interview with Diamond, done while he was working on the record, here.)

The band, which now includes local uber-producer Bob Hoag, will debut material from the new record on tour and at several local shows, beginning with an August 28 gig at Mesa's Hollywood Alley and including two free shows at Tempe's Yucca Tap Room.

Full list of upcoming dates on the jump. Also check out the Mp3 below, which was featured on a compilation assembled by Bruce Springsteen's guitarist Little Steven.

Fri 8/28 Mesa AZ, Hollywood Alley

Thurs 9/3: New York NY, Club NME

Fri 9/4: Brooklyn NY, Union Pool

Sat: 9/5: Bordentown NJ, The Record Collector (all ages, 6pm)

Sat 9/5: Philadelphia PA, Tritone

Sun 9/6: Cambridge MA, The Middle East

Fri 9/18: Tempe AZ, Yucca Tap Room (CD Release Show)

Thur 10/8: Toronto ON, Kathedral

Fri 10/9: Montreal QC, Club Lambi

Sat 10/10: Montreal QC, Secret Show TBA

Fri 10/23: Tucson AZ, Plush

Sat 10/24: Tempe AZ, Yucca Tap Room

Thurs 11/5: Victoria BC, Lucky Bar

Fri 11/6: Vancouver BC, Railway

Sat 11/7: Seattle WA, Lo-Fi

Sat 11/20: Phoenix AZ, Ruby Room

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