SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22 SUNGLACIERS (Calgary) with PACER(Toronto) and CAPITOL

22
Sep
2019

22 September 2019 8:00 pm

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This Aint Hollywood



SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22 SUNGLACIERS (Calgary) with PACER(Toronto) and CAPITOL
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SUNGLACIERS (Calgary AB) // Sunglaciers are embarking on their first cross Canada tour to support the release of their debut LP, Foreign Bodies. Following the success of their first two EPs (Twin Evil Twin in 2018 and Moving in Darkness the year prior), songwriters Evan Resnik and Mathieu Blanchard retreated to Mexico City in late 2017 to write together and lay the groundwork for the album. A dense, expansive work of alternating urgency and atmosphere, the album mirrors the particular nature of its birthplace through its inventive structures, harsh beauty, and the ability to find serenity inside discord. //
https://sunglaciers.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/sunglaciers/

PACER (TO) // Since moving to Toronto from Sudbury, Shawn Kosmo has made his mark with videos for Twist, Casper Skulls and Sam Coffey. He’s also the frontman of hyperactive rock trio Pacer, proudly shouting lyrics that touch on topics like queerness and mental health. Kosmo’s video for their latest single, Rapture, perfectly captures the band’s frenetic riffitude in a rapid-fire, toilet-and-all montage. “This song makes me wanna freak out,” he explains. “I tried my best to make the video feel the same." - NOW Toronto
https://pacerto.bandcamp.com/track/rapture
https://www.facebook.com/pacertoronto/

CAPITOL (Hamilton) // Capitol is a five-piece indie project from Hamilton, Ontario. Debut album “Dream Noise” due out in October 2019, via Meritorio Records & Kingfisher Bluez Records.
Previously “UK Cinema”, upcoming album “Dream Noise” was recorded in the summer of 2018 at Candle Recording in Toronto, produced by Josh Korody (“The Dirty Nil”, “Tallies”, “Weaves”) and mastered by Sarah Register in NYC (“Future Islands”, “Depeche Mode”, “Lower Dens”).
Capitol are influenced by an array of an genres from 70s punk to modern indie rock, and “Dream Noise” captures the decades in 11 eclectic tracks.
https://capitol-band.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Capitol.infinitenoise/




Venue Location

This Aint Hollywood

345 James St N, Hamilton, ON L8L 1B2, Canada

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