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The Stills Record New Record, Play A Few Shows



The Stills have been hard at work lately recording their follow-up to 2003’s Logic Will Break Your Heart. The new LP will land sometime in 2006 via Vice Records. They currently are also currently on tour to play some of the new material with some new members. They will be doing a number of the dates opening up for Sloan, and High Dials. As for the new touring members, Still’s drummer Dave Hamelin is sharing vocal and guitar duties with Tim Fletcher. In addition guitarist Greg Paquet has left the group altogether and Collin Brooks (Sea Ray) will replace Hamelin on drums. Finally, Liam O’Neill is a fulltime member of the band, as he was previously an occasional keyboard player. Confused? We are too a little, but that’s OK. For more on The Stills be sure and check out their official site. (Note: they should have a pie chart on their site explaining the lineup).

Stills Mini-tour Dates Left:
09.27.05 – Guelph University (Peter Clarke Hall w/ SLOAN)
09.28.05 – Kingston, ON (AJ's w/ The High Dials)
09.30.05 – Brantford, ON (The Ford Plant w/ High Dials)
10.01.05 – London, ON (Call The Office w/ Magnetta Lane)


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The Stills Record New Record, Play A Few Shows