Good News/Bad News: I Love Math To Release New Disc, Tour

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Good news first: The new album from I Love Math--you know, the side-project from John Dufilho of The Deathray Davies and, recently, The Apples in Stereo--is going to be called Getting To The Point Is Beside It. It's been slated for a May 27 release. Yippee!

The bad news: The tour coupled with the disc's release isn't coming anywhere near Dallas or even Texas. In fact, the closest it comes is a June 3rd stop in Omaha. Boo!

Argh. You win some you lose some?

Check the full track-listing and the tour info here. -- Pete Freedman

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