Davis Square Theatre
We’re happy to announce that we’re playing the Grand Opening of the Davis Square Theatre, a gorgeous 200-seat theater beneath the Foundry in the heart of Somerville’s favorite T-Stop commercial area. We’re playing with our Halloween cronies Cosmodrome and Biscuits & Gravy, and it promises to be a great night. Tickets are going fast, so be sure to buy them in advance…
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Stockholm in Stereo
Right down the street from the theater, we are packing up the Pilot and heading to legendary Q Division Studios to record our followup to 2010′s A King’s Ransom. We are really excited about recording all the new songs you’ve been hearing at shows, and you can expect a new EP later this year.
Be sure to stay tuned to the BRAND NEW loveinstockholm.com for photos, videos, demos, tweets, and all sorts of other pointless updates from the studio.
The North Country
We’re returning to New Hampshire in April to play with the powerful NH soul band Gnarlemagne, and playing our first ever show in Portland, ME. Be sure to check our gig calendar for a complete list of tour dates, as we’re adding new dates all the time.
Until next time.
The wonderful people at the Lizard Lounge were crazy enough to let us set up shop every Thursday in the littlest month of the year. It’s going to be a lot of fun, we’ve got a bunch of friends coming out and joining us onstage, and we’ve got a different theme every week. The complete list of dates and details are below… See you there!
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Feb 2nd: We will play our 2010 album A King’s Ransom beginning to end.
Special Guests Hayley Jane and The Primates
Feb 9th: Acoustic Night. No plugs allowed…
Special Guests Tumbleweed Company, John Beninghof
Feb 16: Our version of The Last Waltz. We’ll try to do it justice…
Special Guests Paper Thick Walls
February 23: Block Party Thursday. We’ll play blocks of music by some heavy hitters like Joe Cocker, The Beatles, Sly, and more…
Special Guests Ross Livermore Band
We dropped by the Indie Ambassador studio a couple weeks ago to shoot a live session. They were on point in every way. Check out their site to read their take on LiS and hop over to our videos page to see the final result. We threw in a tune from A King’s Ransom as well as a performance of an unreleased track (stay tuned for more on that).
New Year’s Tour
Just in time for the apocalypse, Love in Stockholm is doing a crazy, ill-advised tour of upstate New York and the midwest for New Year’s Eve, the drunk person holiday of the year. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so make sure you check it out…the dates are on the right. Also be sure to check out our Facebook page for updates from the road and follow us on Twitter with #lisontour.
Lizard Lounge Residency
For those of you in the beautiful land of the Greater Boston Area, we might not be home for the holidays, but we’ll be back soon.
We’re playing every Thursday in February at the Lizard Lounge in Cambridge, and each night is going to be a little different. We had an awesome surprise show there in early December where we showcased a bunch of new material, and there will be more surprises in store…Stay tuned for more info on opening acts, tickets, and all related nonsense atloveinstockholm.com.
Gillette Stadium Welcomed LiS…
for the pre-game show! That’s right, we just played at Patriot Place before the New England Patriots took on the Miami Dolphins this Christmas Eve. Our set was kind of like the game…the first half was a little shaky but we finished strong. Actually the whole set was awesome and we had a blast.
Happy Holidays to everyone and may you all have a prosperous New Year. We’ll see you soon…
We want to give a huge thank you to everyone who came out to our big Halloween blowout on 10/29 at the Middle East, and everyone who made requests on Facebook and Twitter…you guys made it such an amazing night. The other bands kicked serious ass as well, big shout outs to the up and coming Cosmodrome and the ever inspiring Biscuits and Gravy.
Now for those of you who weren’t there (or maybe too drunk to remember…) here’s our setlist from that night:
The Distance – Cake
El Scorcho – Weezer
Santeria – Sublime
Just – Radiohead
How’s it Gonna Be – Third Eye Blind
Too Much – Dave Matthews Band
Macarena – Los Del Rio
Bulls on Parade – Rage Against the Machine
You Oughta Know – Alanis Morissette
Spiderwebs – No Doubt
Spoonman – Soundgarden
Don’t Look Back in Anger – Oasis
Kiss From A Rose – Seal
California Love – Tupac
Virtual Insanity – Jamiroquai
Ready or Not – Fugees
Gangsta’s Paradise – Coolio
Where it’s At – Beck
Return of the Mack – Mark Morrison
Pony – Ginuwine
Winding Road – Sheryl Crow
How Bizarre – OMC
Everybody Dance Now – C & C Music Factory
Da Dip – Freak Nasty
Du Hast – Rammstein
500 Miles – The Proclaimers
Mo Money, Mo Problems – B.I.G
Bittersweet Symphony – The Verve
Songs we wish we’d played:
One Headlight – Wallflowers
Bullet with Butterfly Wings – Smashing Pumpkins
I Will Buy You a New Life – Everclear
So for you fact checkers out there, they’re not all from 1996, but seriously who gives a shit? It was an awesome show, and thanks for everyone who was a part of it!
For those of you who made requests, we haven’t forgotten about you… We’re sending you a free download of a brand new track.