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Listen to Al Riggs Dress Up and Chill Out with "Revolutionary Costume"

Posted by on Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 2:00 PM

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Few, if any, Triangle bands crank out fresh (and more importantly, good) songs at the rate that Al Riggs does—we last heard from him less than a week ago, when he loosed a pair of Valentine's Day covers on the world.

Today, he's got yet another new track, the mellow "Revolutionary Costume." You can stream it via Bandcamp below, or give Riggs a digital dollar and download it to cherish forever.

Riggs shared the song today with the announcement that he'll be hitting the road with the Mountain Goats in late summer. They'll stop in Texas, Florida, and a few other states, but they don't have a local date together on deck. In the meantime, though, you can catch Riggs at his February residency at The Cave tomorrow night and next Wednesday.



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