BLUE SKIES TURN BLACK, EMERGE ENTERTAINMENT ET POP MONTRÉAL PRÉSENTENT : l'excellent groupe rock alternatif STARS (http://www.myspace.com/stars) avec invités spéciaux 30 novembre – Le National (1220 Ste-Catherine est) Billets en vente demain, 19 septembre, à midi 22.50$ sur www.admission.com et dans les magasins participants.
MESSAGE AUX FANS :
Un quantité limité de billets sont disponibles sur le site d'Arts&Crafts www.arts-crafts.ca/starsticketing .
En vente maintenant!
November 30 - Le National
(1220 Ste-Catherine E.)
Tickets on sale tomorrow, September 19th at noon.
$22.50 available on www.admission.com and at local stores.
ADVANCE FAN TICKETING:
A limited amount of advance tickets will be for sale via Arts&Crafts Fan Ticketing at www.arts-crafts.ca/starsticketing .
On November 17th, Stars will embark on a Canadian tour in support of their new album In Our Bedroom After The War, set to be released September 25th.
It’s title is loaded – simultaneously ambiguous, intimate, troubled, and peaceful. It evokes the power with which romance is able to eclipse everything that conspires to destroy it, and also the residue of sadness that remains in the calm aftermath of conflict.
In Our Bedroom After the War, the name of Stars’ fourth, newest – and, without question, best – full-length album, is mysterious, grand, and multifaceted. Which is fitting, because the 13 marvelous songs collected under that name are as well. Each and every one of them.
“What is the darkest possible situation that I could try to turn into a beautiful pop song?” Stars frontman Torquil Campbell asks. “That was sort of my mission with this record. If you could make horror movies that were like love stories, that would be my ultimate genre.”
Which isn’t to say that Bedroom is dark or difficult music. On the contrary, it may be the most nakedly euphoricsounding collection the band has made yet. And it was made, last spring at Vancouver’s Warehouse recording studio, amidst an atmosphere of unprecedented synergy and self-belief. “To me, that’s our responsibility in writing pop songs,” says Campbell, “is that no matter how grim it is, it’s your life, and we have to try to make it beautiful for three-and-a-half minutes.”