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Post by Launchpad McQuack on Dec 17, 2013 11:14:04 GMT -5
I have tickets to see them at a small club in NYC tomorrow.. But it's one of those even if you have a ticket entry isn't guaranteed first come first serve type deal... Don't think they are worth braving the elements.
Feb 14th: Father John Misty
March 24th: Big Data
March 30th: Alt J + Phantogram
June 4th: Ride
June 5th - 7th: Governors Ball NYC
June 11th - 14th: Bonnaroo
June 27th: Contemporary Color ft: David Byrne, St. Vincent, Nelly Furtado, tUnE-yArDs, ect.
Post by FortSteuben on Dec 17, 2013 13:41:33 GMT -5
I wasnt a huge fan of their new album (when compared to Never Trust a Happy Song). But I missed the show two years ago and definitely would like to see them back. That 2012 show looked like a really fun time.
^I watched that the other night and it brought me right back to their '12 set. It was such a good time. I'm really enjoying Spreading Rumours (even my kids constantly ask to hear "Ways to Go") and I'd love to see it played live. I'll be surprised if they don't come back this year.
I finally got Spreading Rumours and I have to say it's better than I was expecting. I loved their first album but based on the previews on iTunes I was unsure about this one. While I don't think it's as good as Never Trust a Happy Song, there are definitely some good tracks on it. I can't get enough of Ways To Go and Didn't Have to Go right now. Here's to hoping we will see them this year!
This is awesome. I'm glad they will be there. They are coming to my area next month and I was holding off on getting tickets until I saw if they would be at Bonnaroo or not. I'd much rather wait and have them be apart of the Bonnaroo experience!