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Aaron Harris of Isis Tweets His Engagement

Aaron Harris, the man behind the flawlessly precise percussion of Isis, is someone to follow on Twitter (we’ve shed some light on this before). His updates are not just announcements of set times or hyperlinks on new band merch to buy. Aaron updates us on real life joys and excitement like his love of cycling and even the thrill of sitting behind Nick Cave on a plane. Well, last night Aaron Harris made an engagement announcement:

“I have some exciting news! I’m engaged! I asked Alexandra to marry me above southern California in a hot air balloon this morning. Happy!!!”

We salute you Aaron and Alexandra on this wonderful news. Oh, and, uh… does this post count as a wedding gift?

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