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Then came The Lone Bellow's new single

Tuesday, October 7, 2014 – The Lone Bellow released a new single, "Then Came the Morning," from the trio's forthcoming disc.

The new album from the rootsy country/indie folk band will be released in early 2015 and was produced by Aaron Dessner of The National.

"Then Came The Morning" is available today via iTunes and will also be released as a limited edition 7-inch on Record Store Day's Black Friday along with an exclusive B-side that won't be on the forthcoming album.

The Lone Bellow is Zach Williams on lead vocals, Kanene Pipkin on mandolin and Brian Elmquist on guitar.

The trio, which gained much acclaim from its self-titled 2013 debut, is currently on tour. Dates are:
Oct. 9 - Aladdin Theater - Portland, OR
Oct. 10 - Tractor Tavern - Seattle, WA
Oct. 11 - Wow Hall - Eugene, OR
Oct. 13 - The State Room - Salt Lake City, WA
Oct. 14 - Fox Theatre - Boulder, CO
Nov. 2 - The Grey Eagle - Asheville, NC
Nov. 4 - Visulite Theatre - Charlotte, NC
Nov. 5 - Haw River Ballroom - Saxapahaw,, NC
Nov. 6 - Georgia Theatre - Athens, GA
Nov. 8 - SCADShow - Atlanta, GA
Nov. 1- Ponte Vedra Concert Hall - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Nov. 11 - Starz Center - Tampa, FL
Nov. 12 - Cox Capitol Theatre - Macon, GA
Nov. 14 - Proud Larry's - Oxford, MS
Nov. 15 - Thirsty Hippo - Hattiesburg, MS
Nov. 16 - Spanish Moon - Baton Rouge, LA
Nov. 18 - The Kessler Theater - Dallas, TX
Nov. 19 - The Parish - Austin, TX
Nov. 20 - Fitzgerald's Downstairs - Houston, TX
Dec. 6 - Modlin Center For The Arts - Richmond, VA
Dec. 7 - Harvester Performance Center - Rocky Mount, VA
Dec. 9 - 20th Century Theater - Cincinnati, OH
Dec. 11 - The Canopy Club - Urbana, IL
Dec. 12 - Thoughton Opera House - Stoughton, WI
Dec. 13 - Shakespeare's Lower Level - Kalamazoo, MI
Dec. 14 - The Ark - Ann Arbor, MI
Dec. 15 - Music Box Supper Club - Cleveland, OH
Jan. 17 - Cayamo Cruise 2014- Miami to St. Barts to St. Croix - Miami

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