...dave kiss presents...

Local Honeymoon ~ Connor Bracken & the Mother Leeds Band ~ Latchkey Kids ~ The Far Out

Ages 21 and up
Friday, April 05
Doors: 7pm Show: 7:30pm

AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets.

Doors: 7:00 PM

Show: 7:30 PM

Local Honeymoon
Local Honeymoon is an up-and-coming rock and roll band from South Philadelphia that plays catchy, punk-tinged songs about attempting to age gracefully without the material comforts of past generations. Their self-titled debut EP will be available everywhere in 2024, but until then you can catch them drinking tropical drinks and singing tropical songs in dive bars across Philly.

Connor Bracken & the Mother Leeds Band
Connor Bracken and the Mother Leeds Band play the Rock and Roll music and are based in Asbury Park, New Jersey. In 2023, Mother Leeds Band released 3 new singles which has signaled their commitment to the high energy, guitar driven sound that their loyal fans have come to expect. Their unique sound translates to the live stage with a show that leaves all in attendance thrilled. For proof of their live chops, one can listen to the band’s most recent live album of their show at the House Of Independents from 8.6.21. Mother Leeds Band is quietly working on a new record which will be further evidence of their growth and their facility for bangers.

Latchkey Kids
“latchkey kids” is an indie project born out of Demarest Hall, a Queer & Arts dormitory at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Hanny Ramadan (singer/songwriter), Cyle Morris (drums/percussion), & Joey Grzybowski (guitar/auxiliary compositions) hope to share their melancholy “broken english rock” with every outcast and oddity, every freak and geek, and every child of an immigrant that found comfort in wandering. FFO: Pinegrove, Gaslight Anthem, Counting Crows

The Far Out
The Far Out is a high energy pop-funk outfit from the North Shore of MA. The multi-instrumentalists engage their audiences with powerful vocals and groovy horn lines, supported by the undeniable chemistry of a group of lifelong friends. The Far Out’s self-titled debut EP was named Indie Boulevard’s Best EP of 2023.

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