Event Archive - Peach Pyramid w/ Ponytails, Nature Walk, Pastel Blank: Peach Pyramid, , ,
Peach Pyramid (Victoria, BC)
Peach Pyramid is the brimming honesty and personal experience of one Jen Severtson. An internalized cry pulled to the surface; transformed and juxtaposed by way of graceful melodies and swirling guitars. Supported by a rotating collective of musicians/ close friends, Peach Pyramid sonically exhales Jen’s intimate narrative.
Ponytails (Vancouver, BC)
Ponytails came to fruition in March 2016, spawned from best friends Harvey Merrit (vocals, bass) and Travis Goeres (lead guitar) love of pizza and the theme music of Sylvester Stallone movies. Liam Less (bass, rhythm guitar, vocals) and Simon Furminger (drums, vocals) joined in late March and in September 2016 started working on their self titled EP.
Recorded at Little Red Sounds with Felix Fung And recorded over the course of three long days really pushed the band and producer to their fullest. The band released their first single "Pieces" on October 1st 2016 followed by a full release of the EP on November 1st.
The anticipation of their EP was stregthened by word of mouth from their electric live performances, off stage antics and DIY social media presence. They have been described as, "mutated brew of elegantly structured, psychadelically-tinged pop and rock with a decidedly retro vibe."
Drummer Simon Furminger left the band late September 2017, to be joined by Graham Serl, a powerful addition to round out the bands sunburnt surf sound.
They have shared the stage with the likes of, La Luz, Widowspeak, Peach Pit, And Leisure Club. Ponytails will be releasing a series of EP's and music videos starting in July and will release a full length LP in the spring of 2019.
Pastel Blank (Victoria, BC)
Plus Nature Walk (solo of Niq Joy of Teenage Wedding)
Lucky Bar, 517 Yates St.
Thursday, April 11th
$10 at the door
Please approach one of the show organizers if you feel unsafe or uncomfortable by any behaviour at the show.
This event will take place on unceded Coast Salish Territories, specifically of the Lekwungen and WSÁNEĆ peoples. As we focus on building artistic and cultural bridges, we acknowledge the rich cultural history of the many peoples and rituals that have been affected by the ongoing process of dispossession and colonialism. We hold this understanding in our interactions and engagements with this land and its people.
Lucky Bar is a wheelchair accessible venue with an accessible washroom.