Indie Rock

March 16, 2013

Courrier – Cathedrals of Color

Courrier Cathedrals

Here’s an album preview for Courrier, which released this week.  We’re trying to set up a review and interview with the band.  If you’re already a fan, leave us a question in the comments and we’ll try to ask it when we do the interview.  They’re an awesome alternative rock/pop band that will be sure to hit pop listeners head on.  Check it out.

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