Cory Monteith’s Band, Bonnie Dune, to Release Music Posthumous

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As untimely and tragic as Cory Monteith‘s death was, there are still a few things his loyal fans could look forward to in the coming year, including new music.

According to Just Jared, his band, Bonnie Dune, plans to release songs Cory recorded with the rest of the troupe prior to the tragedy that struck on July 13, 2013. BD’s lead singer Justin Wilczynski reveals, “We had recorded the EP, Miramar, this last year, working around Cory’s hectic Glee schedule, tracking his drums and background vocals when ever he had free time. We were planning on touring the US and Canada summer 2014 promoting our new EP.”

He continues, “We never could have imagined something so tragic and devastating could happen to our bandmate, and more importantly, our close friend. Unsure of how to move on after losing Cory, we have taken our time to finish this album. We know he is an irreplaceable part of Bonnie Dune, but we will continue to make music, something he loved to do and will start playing shows again in 2014, where we made some of our greatest memories together.”

Fans can also look forward to a more widely spread release of one of Cory’s last films, McCanick, in the coming year as well. The Miramar EP is set to debut on February 4, 2014.

ICYMI, check out all the stills from Glee‘s tribute to Cory, “The Quarterback,” in our gallery: