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Backstage at Bonnaroo: The Postelles

VIDEO! New York City-bred quartet play their new tune "123 Stop," produced by Stroke-gone-solo Albert Hammond Jr., and divulge details about their forthcoming debut.

By: Larry Fitzmaurice // June 17, 2008

As Bonnaroo first-timers, up and coming New York City-based outfit the Postelles certainly had their share of fun in Tennessee, from ruling the Troo Music Lounge to catching shows and partying throughout the festival weekend.

Amongst the good times: an upbeat acoustic performance of the band’s catchy new tune “123 Stop,” and a humorous video interview with our William Goodman (for now, just call him Uncle Bill), in which the band discuss working with Strokes axeman and solo artist Albert Hammond Jr., as well as their upcoming, yet-to-be titled debut full-length.

Now Hear This: “123 Stop”

Backstage interview with the Postelles

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