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Joan of Arc to release first album in 5 years on Joyful Noise

Dude! Feels like it’s been, like, friggin’ six centuries since we last heard from Joan of Arc… Oh, wait: It HAS BEEN. But seriously, folks: it’s also been a legit five years (a pretty insane stretch of time measured in indie rock years) since we last heard from Tim Kinsella’s almost-as-legendary band of the same name Joan of Arc. Luckily, much like Bill S. Preston, Esq.
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Dude! Feels like it's been, like, friggin' six centuries since we last heard from Joan of Arc... Oh, wait: It HAS BEEN.

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