Someone Still loves You Boris Yeltsin

Met at a Super Bowl party in 1999. Broncos vs. Falcons
Got the band name in 2000.
Got a real singer in 2001.
Can’t remember anything in 2002.
Parents and friends finally start liking us in 2003 or 2004.
First album. Broom. 2005. First tour.
Signed to Polyvinyl Records in 2006. Our song “Oregon Girl" is on The OC. The OC gets canceled a few weeks later.
Boris Yeltsin dies 2007 and we play at his funeral in Moscow (66% true). Also in 2007: First Europe tour with Jakub. Toured with Mute Math. Phil tries to kill John with a bar stool after a bad show in New Mexico.
Second Album. Pershing. 2008. Jonathan briefly quits the band.
2009. We got 16 and Pregnant. Start recording LP3 with Chris Walla.
Third album. Let It Sway. August 17, 2010
Toured with Tokyo Police Club and Tour Door Cinema Club in 2011.
Broom reissued on April 16, 2011
SSLYBY in Shark Night 3D September 2011.
B-sides/Rarities album. It’s called Tape Club. September 2011. .
First Japanese tour. Summer 2012.
Named U.S. State Department Cultural Ambassadors.
Return to Mother Russia 2013.
Working on a new album now. Out on Polyvinyl Records and MOOR WORKS in Japan. FALL 2013

A Great Big Pile of Leaves

Brooklyn, NY-based trio, A Great Big Pile of Leaves got their start in 2007 when guitarist/singer Peter Weiland and drummer Tyler Soucy took time from their prior projects to start writing material of their own. The first six songs came together as the self-released EP The Fiery Works, which the duo put out as a free download on their Web site. As word spread online, the band's fanbase grew along with Weiland and Soucy's
excitement to get back to recording.

Continuing with the formula of self-producing, The Fiery Works II followed shortly afterward and was also released as a free download. Within the next year, the digital releases were downloaded over 12,000 times and the group prepared for a live setting with the addition of Tucker Yaro on bass. After playing several shows and writing a batch of new songs over the next few months, the newfound trio prepared themselves to record a full-length record Have You Seen My Prefrontal Cortex?

Plaid Dragon

Plaid Dragon formed when Inge Chiles posted a Facebook status about starting a band to perform her demos (special thanks to the blue website for facilitating our formation as a band. Couldn't have done it without ya, Facebook Overlords). AW, baby dragon!
A year and a half later, they have formed a fellowship to destroy the...well, they don't really want to destroy anything. They just want to finish their full-length album, 'See You Soon,' due out early 2014.



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Someone Still loves You Boris Yeltsin with A Great Big Pile of Leaves, Plaid Dragon

Thursday, October 10 · Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:30 PM at Rose Music Hall