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The Darts

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The Darts
The Darts (Phoenix) will be performing live at PJs Lager House in Detroit on May 29, 2022. Mystery Actions and Dirty Copper will also be on the bill. The Darts are an all-grrl garagepunk quartet on Alternative Tentacles Records. The band did a US tour with The Damned in 2018, has numerous television placements including Peaky Blinders, has toured Europe with French label-promoter Adrenalin Fix Music, and has shared the stage with L7, Rancid, Dead Kennedys, Turbonegro, and more. New full-length album on Alternative Tentacles being released in May! Limited ed. picture disc only avail at summer shows.

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