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The Black Tones and Tres Leches


Doors open @ 6:00pm with the sounds of New World Art Gallery

With Tres Leches opening at 7:00pm . . . for

The Black Tones at 8:00pm

New World Art Gallery

Tres Leches

The Black Tones

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The Black Tones

The Black Tones - Ghetto Spaceship (Official music video)

Seattle-based rock ‘n’ roll band, The Black Tones, welcome audiences into their musical family every time they take the stage. Whether sharing an evening with the group as it opens for Weezer, Death Cab for Cutie or Mavis Staples, or rocking a late night gig as the band headlines its own show (with mother and siblings in tow) at a prominent Emerald City venue, to know The Black Tones is to be a part of their extended sonic kin.

Founded by twin siblings, Eva and Cedric Walker, the band has grown from humble beginnings in their grandmother’s basement to receiving accolades from outlets like KEXP, which named their debut LP, Cobain & Cornbread (recorded by the legendary Jack Endino), the #17 album of 2019; The Seattle Times, which dubbed the group one of the 15 Most Influential Artists of the past decade; and NPR, which named the band one of Seattle’s 15 groups redefining the city.

Tres Leches

Tres Leches - "Nieve" [Official Video]

Tres Leches are a band that dutifully resists easy formula. If you’ve ever been to one of their raucous and fun live sets, you’ve most certainly seen the band’s members switch out instruments as often as the style of their songs. Logistically and musically, the overall vibe of Tres Leches isn’t necessarily chaotic, rather most certainly bored of routine.

Martin Douglas, KEXP

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