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May 16 - 17, 2019

Back for a new era

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let's try the after

Indie heroes and arbiters of all that was noughties cool, the Canadian supergroup are back on the road in support of their brand new EP Let's Try The After. Made up of anything from 6 - 19 members, including Feist, Emily Haines and Kevin Drew, this special collective are known for their ethereal sound, youthful energy, and lyrical ambience and have gone on to inspire a generation of indie groups since their formation in 1999.

Released in February Let's Try The After - Vol. 1 features five tracks including "The Sweet Sea", "Boyfriends", "Remember" and "1972". A welcome return for the band after the 2017 release Hug of Thunder, Let's Try The After emulates the spirit of trying to work towards a common goal and trying to figure out a future plan of peace. 

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Performance date: 16 May 2019

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