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New Radiant Storm King plus Hallelujah the Hills

New Radiant Storm King plus Hallelujah the Hills

Fri, Nov 10 - 8pm

Presented by Gateway City Arts

$20 in advance / $25 at the door

Music Hall Doors Open at 7pm

16+ unless accompanied by parent or legal guardian.

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New Radiant Storm King plus Hallelujah the Hills

Come join us for an awesome night of live music at the Race Street Live! Music Hall at Gateway City Arts! Get ready to rock out with two amazing bands – New Radiant Storm King and Hallelujah the Hills.

This in-person event promises to be a night to remember, filled with high energy performances and incredible music. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the magic of live music in the heart of the city. Grab your friends and get ready to have a blast!

Singular No Article was the fifth full-length album by New Radiant Storm King, who over a nearly 20-year career developed a sizable international fan base but never achieved the success of contemporaries they shared the stage with: Rodan, Grifters, Sebadoh, Guided By Voices, Pavement, and Nirvana. The band had numerous line-up and label changes from 1990 to 2009, with Hunter and Pinkerton as the sole consistent for the band’s entire existence. Members of the band went on to play with groups like The Silver Jews, J. Mascis & the Fog, The Pernice Brothers, King Missile, The Wharton Tiers Ensemble, and SAVAK.

Hallelujah The Hills have been releasing critically acclaimed albums and touring the U.S. since 2007. Described by Spin as “criminally underappreciated” and lauded by Pitchfork for their “fist pumping anthems,” they’ve been declared “Boston legends” in their hometown and as having a “cult following” by Stereogum. The band released their first two albums on Misra Records, assisted Titus Andronicus in recording their breakout album The Monitor, and are one of the only bands to have ever toured with The Silver Jews. Their sound was creatively explained as “the kind of punk rock you’d expect on stage at the roadhouse from ‘Twin Peaks’” in The Boston Herald. Others go further, with Aquarium Drunkard noting “few do it with the style and imagination of Hallelujah the Hills” and Captain’s Dead boldly publishing that they “without a doubt they are one of the greatest bands currently making music.”