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July Talk / Little Hurricane

  • Fête Music Hall 103 Dike St Providence, RI, 02909 United States (map)

Fete Music Hall and The Bowery Presents

July Talk & Little Hurricane

with The Devil's Twins

Thursday November 19th

Fête Lounge
Doors: 7pm
Tickets: $12
All Ages



July Talk


After getting back from a European tour with his band, Peter Dreimanis met Leah Fay at a bar in Toronto, after which they decided to form July Talk, along with Ian Docherty, Josh Warburton and Danny Miles. July Talk's style of music is a mix of alternative and indie rock.

In 2013, after releasing their debut album, they toured alongside Billy Talent, Matt Mays, Arkells, Sam Roberts, The Besnard Lakes, Weezer, Matthew Good Band, and Tegan and Sara. In the summer of 2013, they began working on a studio album. In 2014 July Talk was nominated for Breakthrough Group of the Year at the 2014 Juno Awards in Canada. During the live broadcast they presented the award for Group of the Year to Canadian Artists Tegan and Sara, alongside Canadian Rap Artist Shad. In Summer 2014 they played at multiple festivals including the Lachie Music and Arts Festival, Toronto Urban Roots Festival, the Festival d'été de Québec, Osheaga, Squamish Valley Music Festival and Rock The Park London. In fall of 2014 they listed tour dates across Canada and the United States in support of The Rural Alberta Advantage, and have upcoming tour dates across North America and Europe.


Little Hurricane


Little Hurricane is an American rock and dirty blues band, based out of San Diego, California, United States. Formed in 2010, the band consists of front man Anthony "Tone" Catalano and drummer Celeste "C.C." Spina. Their influences include Van Morrison, Dead Weather, Gorillaz, James Taylor, Paul Simon, and The Beatles.


The Devil's Twins


Employing a stylish mix of punk, 1950’s rock’n’roll & contemporary song structures underneath dueling male and female vocals that have drawn comparisons to Johnny Cash and Amy Winehouse.The Devil's Twins are brother and sister Jeremiah Louf & Nikki Marie, a name coined by the mother of the vocal duo when they were children. They have been described by Michael Marotta of Vanyaland as “Noir-punk.”

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