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Tickets cost $22 in advance, $27 day of show (including all service charges). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.
Tumbleroot is a mostly-standing-room venue. Limited seating available.
Fucked Up—Damian Abraham (vocals), Mike Haliechuk (guitars, vocals), Josh Zucker (guitar), Ben Cook (guitars, vocals), Sandy Miranda (bass), and Jonah Falco (drums, vocals)—is among the most prolific hardcore punk bands of our generation. Since their 2001 inception, they've challenged listeners with thoughtful artful chaos and a seemingly limitless drive for musical experimentation. Because of this, they've also become a record collector's worst nightmare, releasing over eighty recordings and collaborations on countless labels that include Deranged, Havoc, Tankcrimes, Deathwish, Matador, Jade Tree, and more. The band won the 2009 Polaris Music Prize for their second studio album, The Chemistry of Common Life, among countless other accolades over the last two decades.
The follow-up to 2018's critically lauded Dose Your Dreams full-length, Fucked Up's hugely ambitious "Year of the Horse" is operatic in scope and artfully assembled offering up one track with a ninety-plus-minute runtime. The epic tone poem is spread across four sides that pass through the realms of metal, classical, '70s groove, and international hardcore punk to explore themes of motherhood, ecology, stewardship, and the deep myths of our civilization.
The Umbrellas are a 4-piece jangle-pop group who made their debut into the San Francisco DIY pop scene in 2019 with their self-recorded and released tape, the Maritime E.P.
Their full-length self-titled LP is out now on Slumberland Records. Classic indie pop influences are very much in evidence here, from The Byrds to Orange Juice, The Pastels, Comet Gain and Belle & Sebastian, along with a noticeable garage-pop/Paisley Underground flavor that is a hallmark of San Francisco's best bands.