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    Watch: Punch Brothers Perform in "Vanity Fair" Video; Launch NYC Concert Ticket Giveaway
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    Punch Brothers' new album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, is out just one week from today, on February 14, Valentine's Day. The band launches its US tour later that week in North Carolina, on February 17, and has now added a very special record-release event at one of its favorite venues in the country: Rockwood Music Hall in New York City, on Monday, February 20. When you pre-order Who's Feeling Young Now? (or if you've already pre-ordered) from the Nonesuch Store, you will be entered to win tickets to this intimate, invite-only show. Thirty-five winners will get a pair of tickets to the show. For those who can't make the New York show, the prize will be good for any future show in the winner's area. Winners will be selected this Friday, February 10, and contacted by email to confirm their availability. Keep an eye on your in-boxes, as we'll only be able to give you a day to respond before we move down the list!

    Next Wednesday, February 15, the day after the album's release, fans across the United States can see Punch Brothers perform a song off their new album when the band appears on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Tune in to NBC starting at 11:35 PM ET.

    The band is the subject of a Spotlight feature in Vanity Fair's Hollywood issue, on newsstands now. "Punch Brothers' third album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, out this month, is their most expressive work yet as an ensemble—sophisticated, pop-y, kinetic, and profound, all at once," writes Vanity Fair's Katherine Stirling. "Punch Brothers have hit their stride as an engine of sophisticated musical innovation, and at the same time as a source of good, old-fashioned emotional release."

    Danny Clinch, who photographed Punch Brothers for the latest issue of the magazine, shot a video of the band at Pete's Candy Store in Brooklyn performing the opening track to Who's Feeling Young Now, "Movement and Location," for VanityFair.com and spoke with Chris Thile about the group's evolution and where they stand now, upon the release of their third album. Watch the video here:

    To reserve a copy of Who's Feeling Young Now? and be entered to win tickets to the Rockwood show, head to the Nonesuch Store, where pre-orders include an instant download of "Movement and Location" plus an exclusive set of five custom Punch Brothers paper coasters illustrated by New Yorker cartoonist Matthew Diffee, signed by the band. Orders also include high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s of the album available release day.

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Punch Brothers' new album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, is out just one week from today. Anyone who's pre-ordered or does so this week is entered to win tickets to an intimate, invite-only show at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City on February 20. The band will perform on The Tonight Show next Wednesday and can be seen performing the album's opening track in a new video from Vanity Fair by photographer Danny Clinch. Watch it here.

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Punch Brothers' new album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, is out just one week from today, on February 14, Valentine's Day. The band launches its US tour later that week in North Carolina, on February 17, and has now added a very special record-release event at one of its favorite venues in the country: Rockwood Music Hall in New York City, on Monday, February 20. When you pre-order Who's Feeling Young Now? (or if you've already pre-ordered) from the Nonesuch Store, you will be entered to win tickets to this intimate, invite-only show. Thirty-five winners will get a pair of tickets to the show. For those who can't make the New York show, the prize will be good for any future show in the winner's area. Winners will be selected this Friday, February 10, and contacted by email to confirm their availability. Keep an eye on your in-boxes, as we'll only be able to give you a day to respond before we move down the list!

Next Wednesday, February 15, the day after the album's release, fans across the United States can see Punch Brothers perform a song off their new album when the band appears on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Tune in to NBC starting at 11:35 PM ET.

The band is the subject of a Spotlight feature in Vanity Fair's Hollywood issue, on newsstands now. "Punch Brothers' third album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, out this month, is their most expressive work yet as an ensemble—sophisticated, pop-y, kinetic, and profound, all at once," writes Vanity Fair's Katherine Stirling. "Punch Brothers have hit their stride as an engine of sophisticated musical innovation, and at the same time as a source of good, old-fashioned emotional release."

Danny Clinch, who photographed Punch Brothers for the latest issue of the magazine, shot a video of the band at Pete's Candy Store in Brooklyn performing the opening track to Who's Feeling Young Now, "Movement and Location," for VanityFair.com and spoke with Chris Thile about the group's evolution and where they stand now, upon the release of their third album. Watch the video here:

To reserve a copy of Who's Feeling Young Now? and be entered to win tickets to the Rockwood show, head to the Nonesuch Store, where pre-orders include an instant download of "Movement and Location" plus an exclusive set of five custom Punch Brothers paper coasters illustrated by New Yorker cartoonist Matthew Diffee, signed by the band. Orders also include high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s of the album available release day.

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