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SA Alt-rockers RMRS Release Truly Ambitious Debut

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Go ahead and tell RMRS what their music means to you


While it might sound pretty ambitious to be talking about future releases on the eve of their debut album release, these guys are dead serious. Christopher reiterated, “Yeah, there’s an EP’s worth of material already ready to go after [Don’t Say What it Means to You], and we plan on playing those songs at the [CD release] show too.” The new songs, and even the songs on Don’t Say What it Means to You, will feature more textures, samples, harmonies and keyboards at Friday’s show, as the band pushes itself into a fuller sound. Indeed, Briones seemed to reinforce the group’s mission statement when he noted that “you either keep pressing and keep trying to tour and record and hone your craft, or you get left behind.”

Catch RMRS in action Friday with a massive and local supporting cast, which Christopher hopes will “showcase just how much good and different shit is going on in San Antonio.”

RMRS feat. Deer Vibes, The Black Market Club, Lonely Horse, Donella Drive

$6-$8
7pm Fri, Feb 28
The Korova
107 Martin
(210) 226-5070

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