Pentimento Hits The Road This Fall On Sept 22nd!

Buffalo, NY melodic punks, Pentimento have announced plans for a fall run of dates that will kick off September 22, in Scotia, NY. The 13-city trek, dubbed the PentimenTour, will wrap up in Edinboro, PA on October 5th.

Pentimento’s latest EP, Wrecked, is out now on Seattle’s Panic Records. 

Tourdates:

September 22nd Scotia, NY @ JWATTS

September 23rd Cambridge, MA @ Democracy Center

September 24th Long Island, NY @ Broadway Bar

September 25th New York, NY @ Party XPO

September 26th Philadelphia, PA @ House Show

September 27th Richmond, VA @ The Hospital

September 29th Barnesville, OH @ The Lakeview House

September 30th Altoona, PA @ Altoona Masonic Temple

October 1st Natrona, PA @ Scumbags

October 2nd Columbus, OH @ Carabar

October 3rd Flint, Michigan @ Woobie’s

October 4th Ashtabula, OH @ West End Art Space

October 5th Edinboro, PA @ Edinboro C.C 

Check them out across the web here:

www.facebook.com/pentimentony

www.twitter.com/pentimentony

www.pentimentony.blogspot.com

www.panicrecords.net 

 

Now we leave you with a live performance of Pentimento‘s song Maybe, Just Maybe. AND GO CHECK THESE GUYS OUT WHILE THEY ARE ON TOUR!

 

Article by Matthew Dickson

Arcade Fire is planning a free hometown show

The 10th anniversary of the POP Montreal International Music Festival  is happening on September 21-25 and Arcade Fire will be putting on a free show along with other acts such as Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, Girls, tUnE-yArDs, Yuck, Moonface, Chromeo, Japandroids, the Raincoats, Ford & Lopatin, Kingdom, Araabmuzik, Asobi Seksu, CFCF, Liturgy, Laura Marling, Purity Ring, Peter Hook, and Nguzunguzu.

The performances will be obviously held in Montreal, Canada and will be held at the Place des Festivals du Quartier des Spectacles. SiriusXM Canada will broadcast the show over the airwaves.

Régine Chassagne had this to say about the free show, “Our band couldn’t exist without Montreal. After having had the chance to tour extensively around the world, we’re very excited to finally come home. And to do so the Montreal way, we hoped to play a free outside show, on the very last day of summer as a big ‘Thank you’ to the beautiful city we love so much. We’re happy to be a part of the 10th anniversary of POP Montreal. And we’re proud to play a role in the French release of Tracy Kidder’s Mountains Beyond Mountains (Soulever les montagnes), a book that has influenced our lives and our careers. Hoping to see you at the show… we’re crossing our fingers for great weather.”

So if you are a fan of Arcade Fire, and you are in or around Montreal…get there.