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This May Be The Year I Disappear

Ceci Nest Pas Recover
Recover Set Release Date For New Album
June 28, 2004
Recover have set October 12 as the release date for their new album This May Be The Year I Disappear through Strummer Recordings/Universal. Until then, then band will be touring in support of the album. Currently, the band will be supporting Braid on their reunion tour. Here are the dates for that trek:

7/06 Minneapolis, MN - Ascot Room At The Quest
7/07 Sioux Falls, SD - Washington Pavilion of Arts and Sciences
7/08 Omaha, NE - Sokol Underground
7/09 Englewood, CO - Gothic Theatre
7/10 Salt Lake City, UT - Lo Fi Cafe
7/12 Vancouver, BC - Mesa Luna
7/13 Seattle, WA - Graceland
7/14 Portland, OR - Meow Meow
7/15 San Francisco, CA - Bottom of the Hill
7/16 Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction
7/17 Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theatre
7/19 San Diego, CA - Epicentre
7/20 Phoenix, AZ - Mason Jar
7/22 Austin, TX - Emo's
7/23 Dallas, TX - The Door
7/24 Houston, TX - Mary Jane's
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Hailing from the live music capitol of the world, Austin, Texas, Recover formed when the members were at an average age of 18. With one release under their belt with fellow indie Fueled By Ramen, Recover was approached to release a “one-off” EP with Fiddler in 2001. “Ceci N’est Pas Recover” was released in 2002, with producer Brian McTernan, at the ever-growing Salad Days studio in Beltsville, Maryland. Recover’s enticing live show makes them one of the most sought after bands today. They have toured relentlessly in support of the EP, with the likes of Bad Religion, Glassjaw, Hot Water Music, Poison The Well, Thrice and Piebald. They have continued to build an impressive fan base across the nation. Most recently, their musical journey has taken them to Europe with Midtown and Jimmy Eat World. They also wrapped up filming their first music video for the single, “My Only Cure.” Recover is, and will continue, to take the music world by storm.