The Funeral Portrait, It Lives, It Breathes, The Worst Humans

FREE SHOW - The Funeral Portrait @ Arlene's Grocery

The Funeral Portrait

It Lives, It Breathes

The Worst Humans

Oct 08 Mon

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 6:45 pm (event ends at 10:00 pm)

$0.00

This event is 21 and over

The Funeral Portrait
The Funeral Portrait
The Funeral Portrait is a four-piece emotional rock outfit hailing from Atlanta, Georgia. Consisting of Lee Jennings (vocals), Cody W. (guitar), Robert Weston (bass), and Homer (drums). The band blends elements of rock and roll, punk rock, and theatre all under a blanket of pop sensibility as they paint their stories of love, loss, anger, and grief onto a canvas of skillfully crafted songs. The Funeral Portrait hit the ground running in late 2014 and since then has done over 18 tours shared the road with Alesana, Islander, Capture The Crown, Famous Last Words, Davey Suicide, I Wrestled A Bear Once, along with playing shows along the way with Issues, PVRIS, Escape The Fate, Slaves and more.
It Lives, It Breathes
It Lives, It Breathes
New England Active Rock act It Lives, It Breathes were brought into this world in 2012 where they released their debut self-titled EP. Around that time, the core lineup that you see today was solidified consisting of Kevin Lacerda, Justin Deo, and Anthony Di Biase. In 2013, ILIB's sophomore EP was released, We Come in Numbers. It featured appearances by Matt Arseanualt from A Loss For Words and David Escamilla from Crown The Empire. In 2015, their breakout track "IndepenDance Day" was released with an announcement that they signed with Stay Sick Recordings, the label created by Attila frontman Chris "Fronz" Fronzak. In April 2016, their first LP Silver Knights was released. It debuted in the Top 20 of Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart. The album featured appearances by Jonny Craig on "Devils" and Kyle Lucas on "Miley Virus (The One)." Later that year, they released a remix of "Devils" which contains an added verse by Kyle Lucas. In June 2017, they released a new single "Elevated", which was written as an entrance theme for international wrestler Will Ospreay.
The Worst Humans
The Worst Humans
The Worst Humans, a four-piece jazz-grunge-punk outfit from Brooklyn, found their footing in the underground rock scene, taking refuge in the basement of the Berlin social club on Avenue A. Members of the group have performed on “The Today Show,” “Good Morning, America” alongside Elle King, have shared tours with The Fray, James Blunt, American Authors and more, but can still be found skulking around the Lower East Side in Manhattan. Pulling their sound from ‘90s groups and Nina Simone, the eclectic “jazz-punks” are slowly becoming a notable live performance in and around the city. They are not who you think they are and do not toil in the boundaries of popular music or popular art. Instead, they plan on making a sound much larger than they are.
Venue Information:
Arlene's Grocery
95 Stanton St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://www.arlenesgrocery.net/