Fans with Parquet Courts tattoos promised free gigs for life

Band's new live album recorded at Jack White's Third Man Studios was released earlier this month

Parquet Courts have promised fans with Parquet Courts tattoos free entry into their shows for life.

Posting on their website, the band said:

“Got a Parquet Courts tattoo? What the hell were you thinking? In order to shelter your fragile soul from the sting of deep, venomous regret, Parquet Courts are going to allow you free entrance, for life, into any Parquet Courts show*. *Does not include side-projects, solo performances, weddings, open mic nights, “talks”, etc.”

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Parquet Courts released their new live album at the start of this month. Recorded at Jack White’s Third Man Studios, ‘Parquet Courts Live at Third Man Records’ was recorded in June 2014 and is the latest addition to the Live At Third Man series following similar efforts from artists including The Shins, King Tuff and The Kills.

It features songs taken from their most recent album, ‘Sunbathing Animals’, plus 2013 EP, ‘Tally All The Things That You Broke’. Listen to clips from the album here.
https://link.brightcove.com/services/player/?bctid=2393000921001

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