Kiss of Death Posts Tracks from Upcoming Jeff Rowe/Mayflower Split

Kiss of Death Records has posted a stream of two tracks from an upcoming 7″ split featuring Boston-based acoustic singer-songwriter Jeff Rowe and Oswego, New York punk rock band Mayflower. The record will be released April 24th. In addition to one original song from each artist, the split will include material in which Jeff Rowe and Mayflower cover each other’s songs.

“We’d talked about doing something like this for years, and it’s nice to see that come to fruition,” said Rowe. “It’s a fantastic thing to have a split out with people that you adore and love their music as well.”

The 7″ will be available on Rowe’s and Mayflower’s respective tours. Rowe will play several dates in Canada and the East Coast before heading off to Europe, while Mayflower will play a few dates in Quebec, including Pouzza Fest May 20th.

Check out “Out on a High Note” and “Crutch” right here.

Click “continue reading” to view Mayflower’s upcoming tour dates.

April 20th – Quebec City, QC @ Théâtre Petit Champlain (w/ The Sainte Catherines, The Hunters)

April 21st – Montreal, QC @ L’Esco (w/ Prevenge, Dead Weights)

May 20th – Montreal, QC @ Underworld (Pouzza Fest)

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About Anthony Glaser

Anthony Glaser is a writer, blogger, and journalism major from Long Island, New York. Formerly the interviews editor at National Underground, he contributes to Substream's web and print editions. He spends the average day working, writing, playing video games, listening to Converge, and watching The Sopranos. He likes cats. Follow him on Twitter. View all posts by Anthony Glaser

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