Indie Duo Matt and Kim to Kick Off Their Anniversary Tour in October at the Agora


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A duo known its infectious, beat-driven anthems, Matt and Kim have announce the Grand 10-Year Celebration Tour to mark the anniversary of the release of their breakout album, Grand. The group recorded the album in Matt’s childhood bedroom in rural Vermont; it features hits such as “Daylight,” “Lessons Learned” and “Good Ol’ Fashion Nightmare.”

“In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, we’re going on a U.S. tour playing our album Grand in its entirety as well as a bunch of other songs,” says Matt in a press release about the tour. “This album totally changed me and Kim’s lives, but some of the songs off Grand we’ve never even played live before. We're really excited we get to do this trip, and we’ve never done anything like it. It’s gonna be special.”

Matt and Kim’s Grand 10 Year Celebration Tour kicks off on Oct. 17 at the Agora Theatre. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday.

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