Dandy Warhols to Play Bronson Centre in Support of New Album

March 31st, 2016 by  |  Published in Show Announcements

The Dandy Warhols


On Saturday, April 9th, the Dandy Warhols will take the stage at Bronson Centre in support of their latest album, Distortland.

The Dandy Warhols are an eclectic and interesting band from Portland, Oregan, forming in 1994 and releasing their major label debut in ’97. Things began to take off for them in the early 2000’s when their music began leaking into the mainstream.

Their songs have been featured on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, acted as the theme music for Judd Apatow’s short-lived series Undeclared, and even appeared in a handful of advertisements.

Since then, the band has released nine albums, Distortland being their tenth and first since 2012’s This Machine. They dropped the track “You Are Killing Me” early this year, and later released “All the Girls in London,” and “STYGGO” (my favourite).

Seratones, from Shreveport, Los Angeles, will be starting off the evening with their powerful brand of rock. The band’s latest release, “Get Gone,” is set to release early in May, but you can check out their track “Chandeliers” on their Bandcamp page. They are skillful instrumentals, mixed with the soulful and charming vocals of singer AJ Haynes.

The night is sure to be a strong, memorable performance in a fantastic venue. Seratones begin at 8pm and tickets are available through Spectrasonic for $35.


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