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Submitted by Johan Wippsson on 2011-11-12
Weatherstar To Release "Crystal Ball" Remix

In support of their upcoming tour with The Ready Set,Weatherstarhas announced two new releases for the end of 2011. First, a remix of their single "Crystal Ball" isnow available on iTunes. The song was remixed by Andrew Goldstein.Check it out on Youtube.

The band will also be releasing a Holiday collection entitledChristmas Makes The Heart Grow Fonderon November 29th. Check out the first single from the collection,"It's Not Christmas Without You Here."The band posteda live version of the song on Youtube as well. Tracklisting is below.

Tracklisting:
1. Its Not Christmas Without You Here
2. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
3. I Wont Be Home for Christmas (Blink-182)
4. A Silent Night Interlude
5. Silver Bells
6. Shake Up Christmas (Train)
7. White Christmas

The acoustic holiday shows with The Ready Set start on 12/13 at Minneapolis, MN's Triple Rock. These shows will feature Working Group Artist Management bands Plug In Stereo and Breathe Electric. Weatherstar will be playing The Glamour Kills Holiday Festival on December 18th in Dansbury, CT. Joining them on that show will be We Are The In Crowd, The Wonder Years, Fairweather, The Dangerous Summer and many more. All tour dates can be seen below.



11/11: Derry, NH @ Sad Cafe
11/17: Hartford, CT @ Webster Theatre
12/13: Minneapolis, MN @ The Triple Rock *
12/14: Des Moines, IA @ The Vaudeville Mews *
12/15: Chicago, IL @ Reggie's Rock Club *
12/16: Indianapolis, IN @ The Emerson Theater *
12/17: Dekalb, IL @ The House Cafe *
12/18: Danbury, CT @ Tuxedo Junction ^
12/31: Middletown, CT @ Midnight on Main

*with The Ready Set, Plug In Stereo and Breathe Electric.
^Glamour Kills Holiday Festival with We Are The In Crowd, The Wonder Years, Fairweather, The Dangerous Summer, The Audition, Action Item, and more

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