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Aa announce new album “ZebrAa” featuring all of their old drummers

Brooklyn cool dudes Aa (pronounced Big A Little A, as if you didn't know that already) have been at a perpetual loft party for about 14 years now. Throwing out cool shapes and good vibes since before any hipsters discovered organic farmers markets. Because good times never die, Aa have just announced the release of their next album ZebrAa which will be available November 25 via Fire Talk Records, who the band just signed with.
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