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Ticket giveaway: Failure at Republic


Failure is coming to Republic on July 23, and NolaVie has a pair of tickets to give away!  For a chance to win, follow Nola Vie on Twitter and tweet “I want to see Failure (@Failure) @RepublicNOLA courtesy of @nolavie!”  The winners will be notified via direct message on Twitter by Wednesday, July 22.

Failure is a three piece alt-rock band from Los Angles, who until last year basically only existed between 1990 and 1997. During that time, the band produced critically-acclaimed albums Comfort (1992), Magnified (1994), and Fantastic Planet (1996). Last year the band announced they would be coming out of hiatus with a tour and a new album in 2015. The Heart Is a Monster was released June 30th and the band will be playing material from it as well as their classic albums at the Republic on July 23.  Tickets for the show at Republic can be purchased here.

Check out the single from Failure’s new album below:


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