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The Clementines Need a Drummer Who Can Drive

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It's unlikely that Craigslist's recent

removal of the "Adult Section"

will affect West Palm Beach indie rockers the Clementines' quest for a permanent drummer. Still, the "

Glimpses of the South Florida Scene" alums

have some

catchy tunes

that are near and dear to County Grind, so here's a squeaky-clean forum to alert area rhythmic experts that their services could be needed.

We asked the band's frontman, Andrew Marr, to give us some guidelines for the potential drummers, and he was quick to rattle off a laundry list of requirements. 

Drummer Wanted

(Indie/Pop Band)

Indie Pop Band Seeks New Drummer.
MUST HAVE TRANSPORTATION. age

20-27. Plans include a possible tour in the new year. Influences

include the Shins, the Strokes, Vampire Weekend, the Drums, Clap Your

Hands Say Yeah, Girls, Harlem Shakes, the Smiths, the Beach Boys, the

Morning Benders, Real Estate, etc.

Prefer someone with experience in

both live and studio settings.

Check out demos at our MySpace or Facebook. Contact andrew.theclementines@gmail.com for more info.

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