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Am I safe in assuming you will have copies of this vinyl on tour with you? As a side note, my girlfriend and I are driving over 6 hours to see you open for Murder by Death (one of our favorite bands) in Memphis. Maybe to return the favor you can come visit us in Columbia, MO on your next U.S. tour? 😀


    I hope they have the cd/vinyl on tour as well. I live around Memphis and am excited about the show. I’m not really familiar with murder by death but can’t wait to see The Builders and the Butchers! Where are yall driving from?


    I hope they have the cd/vinyl on tour as well. I live around Memphis and am excited about the show. I’m not really familiar with murder by death but can’t wait to see The Builders and the Butchers!


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