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The Submarines Record Release Concert Tonight

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The story is sweet and the music is sweeter.

Boy from Dubai meets girl from Vermont in Boston and record her songs together.

They travel around and fall in love. They travel some more and fall out of love and break up.

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The boy writes sad songs about the heartache, the girl writes sad songs about the heartbreak. They play the songs for each other and fall back in love and write happier songs. And then get married.

They collect the best tunes from before during and after the break up and make a cd.

They celebrate their new cd and play the music for you tonight at the Hotel Cafe.

And live happily ever after.