Lillingtons, Make War, Crooked Cobras, Under A Nightmare
NOTE: Advance online tickets are now sold out. There are a handful of tickets left at Juke Records (Bloomfield) and there will be another handful available for walkup. First come first serve. Capacity is 130 and will not be exceeded.
The most anticipated pop-punk event of the season!
Wyoming's Lillingtons reunite and release a new album on Fat!
Fri Apr 27 8 pm doors 21+ show $15 adv/$18 door
Howlers, 4509 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield
90s pop-punk Ramones-style revivalists are back on the road!
THE LILLINGTONS https://lillingtonsofficial.com/
(including Kody Templeman from Teenage Bottlerocket)
with NYC's MAKE WAR https://makewarmusic.bandcamp.com/
Crooked Cobras https://crookedcobras.bandcamp.com/
Under a Nightmare https://underanightmare.bandcamp.com/
The Lillingtons are a pop punk band from Newcastle, Wyoming. Their sound often draws comparisons with the Ramones.
Their first full-length album, titled Shit Out of Luck, was released on Clearview Records in 1996. In 1999 they went into the studio with producer-engineer Mass Giorgini. This was done with the band's own money, and without the benefit of a record label. The result was Death by Television, an album that emphasized sci-fi movie-themed songs such as "War Of The Worlds" and "Invasion Of The Saucermen". They signed with Panic Button Records, an imprint of Lookout! Records overseen by Ben Weasel of Screeching Weasel.
The band disbanded after teaming with Giorgini for their final Panic Button/Lookout! release, the spy-themed LP The Backchannel Broadcast in February, 2001. Red Scare Industries reissued Death by Television and Backchannel Broadcast in 2005. The band split for a few years before reuniting with all original members to release a new album, The Too Late Show in 2006 with no plans on touring due to the members' other commitments.
Lillingtons' Kody Templeman is currently a member of Teenage Bottlerocket. Drummer Timmy V toured with New Mexico three-piece The Eyeliners, and plays in his own project Stabbed in Back, influenced by early DC bands. The band reformed in 2013 to play Riot Fest, played a few shows in the Northeast in 2014, and supported The Queers for a couple of shows in 2015.
In April 2017, it was announced that an EP, titled Project 313, would be released via Red Scare Industries in June. On June 20, the band announced their new album was finished and would be released via Fat Wreck Chords in 2017.
4509 Liberty Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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