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Hellogoodbye to Perform at Alumni Halll

California indie pop band Hellogoodbye will perform at Alumni Hall on September 27  in a free show presented by Penn State’s Student Programming Association.

Hellogoodbye broke onto the scene in 2006 with their first full length album,  Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs! with a unique blend of emo and pop-punk influences. The single “Here (In Your Arms)” reached Number 14 on the U.S. charts. Their third studio album, Everything is Debatable, will be released on October 29.

The show will feature openers JD Eicher & The Goodnights, who are also performing at the HUB Noontime show on Friday. The event beings at 9:30 and is free and ticketless for Penn State students.

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