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Hangover, Ohio celebrate long distance relationship with third full-length, After After All

Poptek Records is excited to announce that it is releasing the full-length cassette from Hangover, Ohio on Local Music Day November 9.

The album, titled After After All, is the result of the long distance musical relationship of Dayton, Ohio songsmith Kris Neises (Kris N., Arms Race, Fathers’ Day, etc.) and printmaker and Middle Tennessee State art professor Nick Satinover. The longtime friends recorded the first two Kris N. releases together, before distance changed what Kris N. could be and created what Hangover, Ohio would become.

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After After All is the duo’s third full-length and is more of what fans have come to expect from Hangover, Ohio- the clever lyrical choices of Neises hanging over the dissonantly memorable melodies and instrumentation played by Satinover.

Listen to “Good Fences” from the release here

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