The Districts – Tickets – Space Ballroom. – Hamden, CT – April 12th, 2022
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General Admission Standing Room Only
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The fifth full-length from The Districts, Great American Painting is the rare album that shines a bright light on all that’s wrong in the world but somehow still channels a galvanizing sense of hope. With equal parts nuanced observation and raw outpouring of feeling, the Philadelphia-based band confront a constellation of problems eroding the American ideal (gentrification, gun violence, the crushing weight of late capitalism), ornamenting every track with their explosive yet elegant breed of indie-rock/post-punk. Threading that commentary with intense self-reflection, Great American Painting ultimately fulfills a mission The Districts first embraced upon forming as teenagers in small-town Pennsylvania: an urge to create undeniably cathartic music that obliterates hopelessness and invites their audience along in dreaming up a far better future.
FRANCIS OF DELIRIUM
Born out of a bedroom, the project Francis of Delirium was created by solo artist Jana Bahrich (Vancouver, CA) who later invited drummer/producer, Chris Hewett (Seattle, USA) to form an indie rock band, based in Luxembourg. Uniquely synthesizing grunge and folk to create an evocative and vulnerable experience, Francis of Delirium gently guides the listener to look inward; allowing for a space that encourages growth. With the recent addition of bassist Jeff Hennico (Luxembourg), Francis of Delirium delivers a powerful indie rock sound that supports Jana’s high energy vocals and her genuine passion to connect with each member of the audience. Francis of Delirium has since moved to the basement, recording at Chris' home studio, Sonic Temple Studios. Following up their debut EP "All Change", the band is in the process of releasing their second EP "Wading" out April 9th. Stand out single "Let It All Go" has garnered the band support from the likes of NPR, Stereogum, The Fader, Line of Best Fit, Paste Magazine, Consequence of Sound, DIY Magazine, Clash Magazine, BBC 1 Radio and more.
"[Bahrich] has a confident delivery for someone so young. Great EP" - NPR's All Songs Considered
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295 Treadwell Street
Hamden, CT, 06514