Lizdelise

Ages 21 and up
Sunday, January 29
Doors: 7pm
$12

*All events are 21+ valid ID required for entry*
*Attendees are encouraged to wear masks while not actively drinking*

7PM – Doors
8PM – Show

LIZDELISE (10:00 PM)

Philadelphia band Lizdelise has garnered local acclaim since their inception in 2014. LDL released their newest track “WMN” June 7th in anticipation of their first North American tour– a queer ballad, full of fear and joy, and the feeling of running to catch-up with yourself. The experimental pop band recorded “WMN” at Betty’s in Chapel Hill, NC, with Andy Stack (Wye Oak, Joyero, Helado Negro). For fans of…dynamic, genre-bending range like NNAMDI, shredding guitar and dreamy vocals like St. Vincent, darkness and strength like Sharon Van Etten.

SAMRYEBREAD (9:00 PM)

Samryebread  brings a unique complexity to Indie Pop with soft hitting tunes that linger with the listener. From Philly, Sam Rosen (Samryebread) has had a heavy hand behind the scenes of Philly music; A Grammy award winning engineer at MilkBoy Studio, Sam has been exposed to the cluster of sounds and genres that define Philly and have reshaped her sound.  After combining forces with Rick Rein (bass) and Robbie Webb (drums), her chill, Indie-Pop sounds and folk inspired lyrics have grown into something bigger and louder.

QUEEN RAT (8:00 PM)

Queen Rat is a rock trio born in Ohio and growing up in Philly. In 2019 — performing under the original name Rat Queen — the band released their debut EP “Clear Ghost Party Host” with the support of Twin Moon Arts Collective. After the pandemic canceled a tour scheduled for 2020 and geographically separated the band, Queen Rat began writing an album while 2,698 miles apart. Spurred by interest from Jackie Milestone, a producer working out of Philadelphia’s Headroom Studios, and funded by a successful Kickstarter campaign, the band made plans to bring their album to life. In April 2021, after a year apart, the five days spent recording their debut album at Headroom Studios was the first time the band had played these new songs together.  Earlier this year, Queen Rat signed a publishing contract with Merge Music Publishing, relocated to Philadelphia, and formally adopted their new name. Their debut album “Until It’s Not” was self-released on May 6th, 2022. Upon its release, the band went on their first tour, performed at Hopscotch Music Festival, and started performing regularly in the Philadelphia area.