How Somos Funded Their Guitarist’s Funeral By Releasing Their Album Early

Losing a bandmate is terrible for a band at any point of their career, but losing one weeks before their biggest album to date drops is basically unthinkable. For Boston-based dream-punk trio Somos, that tragedy became a terrible reality when guitarist Phil Haggerty passed away on August 10th, about three weeks before the release of their new album Prison On A Hill. Not only was Phil’s passing sud...

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