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Shout Out Louds at The Wiltern

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In case you haven't heard, Swedish band The Shout Out Louds are playing at The Wiltern tonight and tomorrow. They're not headlining. They're not even sharing the bill. They're opening for Secret Machines and Kings Of Leon.So this is us telling you to get there early.

If you don't know The Shout Out Louds yet, you will soon. Their album of catchy and pulse-quickening music, Howl Howl Gaff Gaff, is out at better music shops near you. And if the buzz surrounding that album continues, they'll be headlining their own Wiltern shows soon.

Wanna preview? Visit their website and check out some of the audio and video. And if you've got tix to one of the shows, enjoy!

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Incidentally, meshing nicely with our earlier post about t-shirts, Threadless.com is sponsoring a design contest looking for ideas inspired by the Shout Out Louds video, "The Comeback."