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  "New York hipsters Dave's True Story mix it up with smoldering grooves and cheeky beatnik lyrics..." -Billboard

"Dave's True Story offers art songs for a new century, spiced with jazz and neon details, and I can't wait for more." -Playboy

New York trio Dave's True Story is proud to announce the release of their new album, Nature, in stores April 19th on their own BePop Records. Known for their critically acclaimed prior releases, Sex Without Bodies (1998), Unauthorized (2000), and Dave's True Story (2002), the jazzy pop ensemble dims the lights and darkens the grooves on Nature, cleverly exploring the topics of love, sleeplessness and global ennui. Tour dates will be announced soon, including a special month-long residency in April at the Living Room in New York City.

Lyricist, guitarist and failed playwright Dave Cantor, jazzy chanteuse Kelly Flint, and producer/bassist Jeff Eyrich have been delivering intelligent jazz-pop since 1994. Hundreds of shows and great word of mouth have made Dave's True Story a favorite on the New York underground scene, enabling them to sell 50, 000+ copies of their first three releases to fans all over the world. Now, three years since the release of Dave's True Story, fans will be thrilled to welcome Dave's True Story's new offering, Nature, a thirteen-song album that captures the trio at their musical and lyrical prime. Also included on this 'enhanced' CD is the first video from Dave's True Story for the song, "The World In Which We Live."

Celebrated by CNN, The New York Times, and Playboy for their body of work, Dave's True Story has also left their mark on the film world. "Crazy Eyes" from their self-titled debut was featured in the immensely popular film KISSING JESSICA STEIN. The second track on Nature, "Dog's Life", provides the perfect musical background for DOG'S LIFE: A DOGAMENTARY, a documentary by Emmy Award winning television producer Gayle Kirschenbaum that examines a single woman and her dog's search for love in New York City and the incredible bond between humans and animals that becomes more evident in the days following September 11, 2001. DOG'S LIFE: A DOGAMENTARY premiers on HBO/CineMax March 15th at 7:30 PM.

For more information, review copies, interview requests, and photos please contact: Emily Lichter or Kelly Coffey at 413.527.4900 or emily@publicemily.com or Kelly@publicemily.com.

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