Alvvays

Alvvays

Frankie Rose

Tue, May 8, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

9:30 Club

Washington, DC

Alvvays - (Set time: 9:30 PM)


Alvvays released their second full-length, Antisocialites, this last September. The album is followed-up to their critically acclaimed debut album which received accolades from Pitchfork, NPR, Rolling Stone and more. Across its 10 tracks and 33 minutes the Toronto-based group dive back into the deep-end of reckless romance and altered dates. Ice cream truck jangle collides with prismatic noise pop while Molly Rankin's wit is refracted through crystalline surf counterpoint.

Through thoughtful consideration in basement and abroad, Alvvays has renewed its Scot-pop vows with a powerful new collection of manic emotional collage.
Frankie Rose - (Set time: 8:30 PM)
Frankie Rose


Slumberland Records and Grey Market are excited to announce Cage Tropical, the new album from Brooklyn-based artist, Frankie Rose, due August 11. Featuring sci-fi references and ’80s influences, the lead single “Trouble” is described by The Line of Best Fit as, “a driving first taste, with a rock-solid motorik underpinning Rose’s wiry synthwork and frayed vocals.”

The visualizer video for “Trouble” features a hotline fans can call that’s based out of Roswell, New Mexico. Callers are encouraged to leave their paranormal and extraterrestrial / UFO encounter stories on the hotline number. All messages will be screened for possible inclusion on the Weird Night with Juan & Frankie podcast, launching later this summer and focused on the connection between music and the paranormal.

Frankie says of the song, “Trouble came out of the simple realization that you can’t outrun yourself or your problems. Wherever you go they will follow you unless you address them. I tried. Went to Los Angeles after years in New York and nothing much changed. 3000 miles was a long distance on the map, but it didn’t mean anything was going to shift automatically, unless I made the choice to do it internally.”
Venue Information:
9:30 Club
815 V St. NW
Washington, DC, 20001
http://930.com