The Great Enough

In The Black Box:

The Great Enough

Saint Slumber, Andorra, Daddylap, Resilient

Sat. December 30, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Underground Arts

$12.00 - $15.00

This event is 21 and over

Saint Slumber
Saint Slumber
Forged in the suburban sprawl between Philadelphia and New York City, SAINT SLUMBER is every bit as eclectic as the small towns from which they come. Building home studios in barns and garages, the band takes complete control of their music by creating, recording, and producing their own music.

This creative autonomy can be seen in the band’s 2017 debut EP entitled YOUTH//1. An expansive record for its breadth, SAINT SLUMBER juxtaposes the sounds of dreamy, electronic pop alongside alternative rock on their five song EP. Vocalist Joshua Perna moulds introspective and moody lyrics into infectious pop hooks over the dense, ambient soundscapes created by guitarist Aaron Brown. The band prides itself on bringing this immersive sound to the stage: the band’s alt-pop songs are energized by drummer Matt Carpenter’s explosive live performance, joining forces with bassist Adam Jessamine to create a high-energy rhythm section.

In its first 6 months alone, YOUTH//1 has accrued over half a million streams, garnering the band appearances on the legendary SoFar Sounds sessions and Balcony TV, as well as a feature on EDM producer Modern Machines’ latest single, “Hazy.” While 2017 was a productive start for the band, SAINT SLUMBER eagerly looks forward to 2018.



SAINT SLUMBER's debut EP "YOUTH//1" is available now on iTunes and Spotify.
Andorra
Andorra
Alternative rock from Philadelphia, PA.

Sweaty, bearded, boozehounds:
Kevin McCall
Jordan Petrellis
Mike Trycieckyj
Dante DiLoreto
Resilient
Resilient
A femme-driven Philly band was born completely by accident out of the ashes of several other projects after a series of life-altering events. The members would eventually call themselves Resilient.

The array of influences within this band is so wide; it could quite possibly transcend the equatorial diameter most likely more than once. While they refuse to allow themselves to be defined by any one style, there is an apparent affinity for grunge, punk, and prog-pop styles in their multi-layered musical arrangements.

Resilient has not just been a band. It’s been a place of truth, hidden strength, artistic euphoria, and a testament to the fact that music has ultimately propelled and empowered each member to overcome nearly anything among the spectrum of life’s challenges.
Venue Information:
Underground Arts
1200 Callowhill Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19108
http://undergroundarts.org/

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