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Nashville husband-wife band Year of October logs in 250 shows in a year and delivers a foot-stomping new single

Formed at University of Kentucky in 2010, Year of October is the passion-project of Phlecia and Josh Sullivan. Mixing their diverse influences of Led Zeppelin and The Beatles for Josh, and Etta James and Ella Fitzgerald for Phlecia, Year of October stands out for their clawing Nashville-rock edge, and soulful, swirling vocals. Previously, the band has released debut LP Stories and sophomore album Golden Days. Year of October has played over 250 shows across the South, and has built up a devoted community of fans with their cohesive and genre-elusive style. Check out their brand new single “Come & Get It”, and stay tuned for the new album out in October!

Listen to “Come & Get It” on Soundcloud and Bandcamp now!

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