If you didn't catch Beulah on NPR's "All Things Considered" the first time (it aired October 17), catch the replay on NPR's site at the bottom of their page. Requires RealPlayer.

I'm afraid I also have some bad news... Beulah has decided to cancel their upcoming European tour, which was supposed to start on October 26 at Shepard's Bush Empire in London. Apologies to England, Holland, Belgium, and Spain. The boys, however, will be playing some more U.S. dates with Cake over the next couple of weeks. See where in Show Info.

Beulah will be performing on KCRW's "Morning Becomes Eclectic" tomorrow: Tuesday, September 25 from 11:00am to noon. You can catch it live, streaming at KCRW. If you live in the LA area, you can listen on your radio at 89.9FM.

And if you haven't seen the video for "Gene Autry" from The Coast Is Never Clear, watch it at either Velocette Records or Insound.

North American tour dates are up in Show Info.

Beulah makes their fourth trip to Europe at the end of August to play the Lowlands Festival in Holland and The Pukkelpop Festival in Belgium. Other bands include everyone from Papa Roach to Steve Malkmus and Stone Temple Pilots to Mogwai, so it should be very interesting. The boys will also be playing a show in Paris as well a very special show in Resolven, Wales. To top it off, they'll also be recording a few different radio broadcasts along the way. For venues and dates please go to the show section.

For those of you who were worried that Beulah got caught in the all-too-familiar merger madness... worry no more 'cause everything's fine. Beulah's new LP The Coast Is Never Clear is scheduled to be released September 11th on Velocette Records. What happened to Capricorn you ask? Well, Capricorn is longer in existence. The company, along with bands like 311, was sold to a bigger company earlier this year. The only bands that weren't sold were Beulah, The Glands, Jucifer, and The Honeyrods. Anyway, seven former employees of Capricorn decided to start up a brand new indie label called Velocette. So, those of you waiting to hear Beulah's major label debut, don't hold your breath.

P.S. Miles let me listen to it and it's super-cool. You'll love it, I promise.

I have word from the front office:

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View Beulah's video for "Emma Blowgun's Last Stan d" on RealPlayer or QuickTime. Or first download RealPlayer or QuickTime to see it.

Catch hot live Beulah action at this year's Noisepop festival in San Francisco on Tuesday, February 27, at Bottom of the Hill. Ticket price is $10 (21+) and goes on sale January 28 through Ticketweb. Mates of State and Call and Response join the boys.

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