Dylan Slocum

frontman of Spanish Love Songs

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Spanish Love Songs, an LA punk band, was planning on touring through the summer. But now that isn’t happening.

With tour canceled, LA punk band connects with fans virtually to survive

Spanish Love Songs, an LA punk band, was planning on touring through the summer. But now that isn’t happening.

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