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The Armchairs play music that makes you want to stand next to yourself and compliment your own shoes. This unlikely quartet of young professionals began with two pairs of college roommates named Andrew and Mike half-an-America apart. In Chicago, roommates Andy Molholt and Michael Chadwick gave birth to a songwriting duo that would rival Hall and Oates. Meanwhile in Philadelphia, Andrew Morris and Mike Harkness forged a rhythm section that would later rival the Hall and Oates’ backing band. Three years later, The Armchairs arose, winged and mature from its weird, gooey bag-type container. After releasing their debut LP "Science & Advice" via Philadelphia label Punk Rock Payroll in August 2010, The Armchairs are headed on a month-long tour to SXSW and back in March 2010. New songs, new van, new adventure