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Hit the beach with Said the Whale in November

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VANCOUVER Juno-winning indie pop outfit Said the Whale has announced an extensive Canadian tour in support of its forthcoming (and intentionally misspelled) album hawaiii, due out Sept. 17 via Hidden Pony Records. The tour stops at the Garrick Centre on Nov. 25. Ticket information is not yet available.

The album's lead single, I Love You, claimed the No. 1 spot at alternative radio in Canada this week.

Said the Whale has posted a lighthearted karaoke version of the track on their social media sites. The band is also running a karaoke contest for fans, inviting them to post their version of the song on the band's Facebook wall or tweet it @saidthewhale for a chance to win a signed vinyl test-pressing of hawaiii.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 6, 2013 D2

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Updated on Friday, September 6, 2013 at 9:55 AM CDT: Adds, photo, adds videos

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