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Anberlin announces upcoming release “Devotion: Vital Special Edition”

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The following New Release is from Anberlin website:

Hey guys – we’re super pumped to finally be able to talk about our new release. We’ve been working on this for a very long time now, but on Oct. 15, we will release a collection we’re calling “Devotion: Vital Special Edition”. Over the coming days and weeks, we’ll be revealing different looks from this album, but in total this will have over 40 tracks!!

Live & Acoustic DVD from our show in Brooklyn NY, an entire album of remixes done by various artists, all the Vital b-sides in one place, AND 3 BRAND NEW SONGS. We cant wait to get all this music to you guys. More to come on this… stay tuned.

As a reminder… to support this new release and to hang with you guys, we are doing a co-headline tour with our new friends in THE MAINE. Lydia and From Indian Lakes will be opening. Tour starts Oct. 2 in Albuquerque, and tickets are on sale now!!

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