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PRETTYMUCH PREMIERES NEW VISUAL FOR “TEACHER” TODAY

SYCO Music and Columbia Records group PRETTYMUCH has released a new visual for their latest track “Teacher” today – check it out HERE. “Teacher” follows the early success of current single “Would You Mind,” both of which the group is taking on tour for select shows opening for Jack & Jack next month. See full list of dates below.

PRETTYMUCH performed “Would You Mind” and “Teacher” on Day 2 of TRL earlier this week from MTV’s newly expanded Times Square studio. The group is MTV’s Push: Artist to Watch for the month of October and was also just tapped for Billboard’s 21 Under 21 2017: Music’s Next Generation, the magazine’s annual ranking of powerful young voices.

PRETTYMUCH are Austin Porter, Brandon Arreaga, Edwin Honoret, Nick Mara and Zion Kuwonu.

Tour Dates
Nov 11           Milwaukee, WI         The Rave
Nov 12           Detroit, MI                St Andrews Hall
Nov 14           Louisville, KY           Mercury Hall
Nov 16           Nashville, TN           Cannery Ballroom
Nov 17           Cincinnati, OH         Bogart’s
Nov 18           Indianapolis, IN       Deluxe at Old National Theatre
Nov 20           Houston, TX            House of Blues
Nov 21           San Antonio, TX      Aztec Theatre
Nov 22           Dallas, TX               House of Blues
Nov 24           Omaha, NE             Slowdown
Nov 26           Denver, CO             Ogden Theatre

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