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Spartan Records Releasing New Limited Edition Pressing of Mae’s ‘The Everglow’

Spartan Records Releasing New Limited Edition Pressing of Mae’s
‘The Everglow’

November 25; Pre-Orders Launch Wednesday, October 19 at 12pm

On November 25, Spartan Records will release a new double LP, limited edition pressing of Mae’s classic album “The Everglow,” on vinyl this fall.

The new pressing will be limited to 2500 copies and includes a 28-page foiled stamped storybook.

Pre-orders will launch next Wednesday, October 19 at 12pm PST.

Fans can sign up to be notified when pre-orders go live at http://spr.tn/the_everglow.

“The Everglow” was the Virginia band’s second full-length studio album, originally released by Tooth & Nail Records in April 2006.

Additionally, the label will be releasing a new pressing of the band’s album “Destination: Beautiful” in November. For details vist: http://spr.tn/maedblp.

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