The quartet also ran through "When the Bomb" and "Boatman," both of which are set to appear on a record they're making this fall in the Colorado town of Carbondale with Misery Loves Co., a record label started by Price's family. (Price will record and engineer the record, and his brother will master it.) The record will be recorded in style that Krol calls "old-fi," admiring the tangible ways that singers like Patsy Cline once recorded. "It's hi-fi, it's just old gear," he says. "It comes across warmer because it's all analog, it's all tubes, it's all ribbons."  

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Before they head west like a modern-day Carraway, on August 20 they'll release a six-minute-long, three-song teaser "Your Grandparents Will Jam to These Tracks" at Lorem Ipsum Books, and play a farewell show Aug. 31 at O'Brien's Pub. After Colorado, California is in sight, but from there, they're not exactly sure where they'll pop up next.

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