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Jolly Kick Off Indiegogo Help Fund Campaign After the Band’s Equipment Was Destroyed By Hurricane Sandy

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American rock act Jolly suffered severely from hurricane Sandy in New York. Jolly has been working on recording their second studio album A’udio Guide To Happiness, Part II’ but hurricane Sandy completely destroyed the band’s rehearsal room and drummer Louis Abramson’s studio. All of the band’s equipment was ruined by the massive flooding of the enormous storm.

In March 2013, Jolly is planning to go on tour with label-mates Riverside. They are currently asking for help from their friends and fans and have set up a rescue fund to finance the new band equipment and the reconstruction of the studio, so the European tour can take place next year and they can finish the recording of their album. Depending on the donated sum, the band is offering different thank-you gifts to the donors.

Jolly uploaded a video, showing the entire extent of the damage:

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