Fete Music Hall Presents
with Plastic Picnic & Toad and The Stooligans
Wednesday, July 18th
Doors: 7:00 PM
Tickets: ADV $10 • DOS $12
The by-product of creating and performing music for over seven years is a camaraderie
difficult to describe. Future Generations: Eddie Gore, Devon Sheridan, Mike Sansevere, Eric
Grossman and Dylan Wells - live together, tour together, and write together. They share song
ideas and demos; a kitchen and chores. In the largest room of their Brooklyn apartment, the
band writes with ambition, and on stages large and small, in cities far from home, the band
performs with adoration for one another.
LP2 is long underway, via the guidance of producer/mixer/engineer Justin Gerrish (Vampire Weekend) and can be expected in 2018. Led by lead singer and lyricist Eddie Gore, FG cultivated their bedroom demos in the sanctum of Gerrish’s studio. They’ve emerged with an array of unique songs, woven into a landscape of sounds and varied emotion - love and lust, uncertainty and frustration, anxiety and exhaustion.
On tour, FG’s setlist already includes new songs on rotation, and it won’t be long before singles begin to circulate. Recently, the band has been touring with the likes of Savoir Adore, Private Island + supporting bands like City of the Sun + Day Wave. Upcoming shows with Mt. Joy + The Lagoons will give fans an opportunity to hear songs both old and new. It’s an exciting time to join the FG cult, team, family, whatever you want to call it. Welcome, it’s nice here.
Plastic Picnic is a Brooklyn based band comprised of four Pacific Northwest transplants. The duos- Lute and Panerio, and Hunt and Taylor - developed their styles playing in separate Seattle projects. It wasn’t until moving east that the pairs were brought together by a mutual friend. Instantly compatible, the group shared a taste for lyrically driven forthright Indie Rock paired with the driving 80’s rhythms, sweetly spun melodies and atmospheric synth and guitar work. After the release of their debut EP last Fall. Th band is now working on their next release.
Toad and The Stooligans
Hailing from Providence, RI and growing up in the nearby suburbs, Toad and the Stooligans is far from the typical hip hop group. Formed in early 2015, the high school friends joined together with the common goal of playing a different brand of hip hop. Heavily influenced by funk, jazz and a plethora of other genres, the Stooligans mesh multiple sounds together to create a canvas for their dual-vocal delivery.
Since their formation, the Stooligans have played extensively in the Providence area, including winning the 90.7 WXIN Battle of the Bands in 2017.
Their debut album "Very Handsome" was self-released on September 15, 2017. The album was recorded with John Dello Iacono at Bridge East Studios in East Bridgewater,