NEW DATE: The Spill Canvas "No Really I'm Fine" 15 Year Anniversary Tour at Space Ballroom


Thu Dec 01 2022 at 08:00 pm


Space Ballroom | Hamden, CT

The Spill Canvas w/ Mom Rock
Celebrating 15 Year Anniversary of "No Really I'm Fine"
Thursday, December 1st 2022
@ Space Ballroom
$30 ($25 adv) / 7pm doors / All Ages
Tickets on sale NOW:
***Due to scheduling conflicts, The Spill Canvas has moved their 15 Year Anniversary Tour, which includes their date at Space Ballroom in Hamden, CT originally scheduled for November 4th. They will now be here on December 1st. All tickets will be honored for the new date.
If you require a refund, reach out to [email protected] before September 30th at 12pm EST with your name and order number.
If you have any other questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to [email protected]***
Masks are strongly encouraged.
By purchasing tickets to this event, you agree to abide by the State of CT, City of Hamden, Artist, and Space Ballroom’s Health and Safety measures in effect at the time of the event. Check back for updates to your event on our website as guidelines and entry requirements are subject to change.
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With a slew of albums under their belt including 2005’s One Fell Swoop, 2007’s follow-up No Really, I’m Fine (which was released on Warner and reached the number 2 spot on Billboard’s Top Heatseekers chart), 2012’s Gestalt and 2018’s EP Hivemind, the Spill Canvas has returned with Conduit, its first LP in almost a decade. Listening to these 10 songs it’s clear that Conduit is more than a new Spill Canvas album. Rather, it’s the start of a second phase for the band. Together, vocalist Nick Thomas, longtime bassist Landon Heil, drummer Bryce Job and lead guitarist Evan Pharmakis, reached deep into Thomas’ heart and soul to create something that bristles with the earnest, emotional urgency that was always at the band’s core, but which also reflects who Thomas is now and everything that made him into that person. Conduit was recorded at Soundmine Studios in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. Self-produced by the band with help from their manager John Rupp, it was mixed by Soundmine Studio owner Dan Malsch and then mastered by GRAMMY Award-winning mastering engineer Emily Lazar (Beck, the Foo Fighters, Coldplay, Haim and The Killers). The result is a collection of rich, full songs that, while still recognizable as The Spill Canvas, certainly highlight Thomas’ intention for this to be the start of something new. At its heart, though, the purpose of the band remains the same as it always was – to write songs that move people and to be able to connect with them.
Forming in Boston in 2018, the hard-hitting alt rock outfit Mom Rock combines the forces of Curtis Heimburger (guitar, vocals), Wilson Reardon (drums), and Tara Maggiulli (bass, vocals). They got their start taking Boston’s diy music scene by storm, and since have stolen the hearts of show-goers with their electric live sets, infectious original tunes, and signature monochromatic get-ups.
Mom Rock has surpassed 4,500,000 streams on Spotify alone, reaching an audience of 600k+ listeners worldwide. The “Grand Romantic Life" EP was released as a series of singles from April 2019 to January 2020, followed by the EPs “I Wish Every Day Was Today” and “A Song With a Happy End.'“

Where is it happening?

Space Ballroom, 295 Treadwell Street,Hamden,CT,United States, Hamden, United States

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USD 25 to USD 30

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