Tape Swap Radio is excited to announce that Weakened Friends, the Portland, Maine-based indie rock band signed to Don Giovanni Records, will headline the next show in our concert series taking place on Thursday, January, 24, 2019 at The Ice House in Bethlehem.
Weakened Friends have been busy recently, recording the song “Hate Mail” with J. Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. fame in 2017. Their latest single, “Blue Again,” premiered via NPR last August with their new full-length album, Common Blah, being released in October. The last time the band came to the Lehigh Valley was for our first-ever concert at The Ice House in 2015.
Also performing at the show will be Asbury Park, NJ indie rock band Well Wisher as well as up-and-coming Lehigh Valley shoegaze/post-hardcore band Bloodmoon.
Proceeds from the show will support The Center for Animal Health & Welfare,, a private non-profit, no-kill shelter in Easton. Tickets are $10 or $8 with a student ID the night of the show. The show is all ages and doors open at 7:30 PM. Free parking is available at The Ice House.
Thursday, January 24, 2019
Weakened Friends (Portland, ME + Boston, MA)
Fuzzed-out 90's vibes, Don Giovanni Records
Well Wisher (Asbury Park, NJ)
Loud and heartfelt indie punk, 6131 Records
The Ice House
56 River St, Bethlehem, PA 18018
7:30 PM - Doors
8:00 PM - Music
21+ to drink
$10, $8 w/ student ID
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