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UNBSU x CAPITAL CONCERTS

A ground-breaking partnership between UNBSU Campus Events and Fredericton’s premiere music and entertainment venue, The Capital Complex, will see a number of high-caliber concerts come to New Brunswick’s capital city. Read more…


WINTERSLEEP

UNBSU Campus Events in partnership withThe Capital Complex  presents:
Wintersleep
Thur March 28, 2019
Fredericton Boyce Farmers' Market
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm

TICKETS ON SALE ONLINE FRI DEC 14:

PROMO CODE: UNBSUEVENTS

With their seventh record, "In the Land Of," is coming out March 29, 2019 via Dine Alone Records - who better to share the material with than UNB students?

We wanted to give you a little taste of what’s coming and what better place to start than the first track, "Surrender." Available now on all streaming services: http://smarturl.it/WintersleepSurrender.

Like all Wintersleep records, In the Land Of encourages thought and introspection. The new record’s title is an incomplete thought, a blank that is filled in across the record with different places, words, and sounds. “A lot of the songs touch on this idea of being a stranger or feeling foreign in all the different landscapes in which the songs took place lyrically,” explains Murphy. “It all relates back to the land,” adds guitarist Tim D’Eon. Get ready UNB!



TOKYO POLICE CLUB

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UNBSU Campus Events in partnership with The Capital Complex presents:

Tokyo Police Club
Thu April 11th
STUDENT PRICING TICKETS ON SALE NOW

PROMO CODE: UNBSUEVENTS

The album brings a new perspective and revitalized sound as the indie darlings celebrate the tenth anniversary of their breakthrough debut Elephant Shell and return from a four year absence since their last studio album, 2014’s Forcefield. The gap tested the band both collectively and individually but has also wrought a fresh vibrancy to their material.

The first track from the new album “Hercules” proves they’ve discovered something special with hooks that are stronger than ever and a loose and lively mix that perfectly represents getting the band back together. For the band, it represents a crucial piece of the new project.

“‘Hercules’ is a special one because it sounds like how making this record felt to me,” Graham says. “When [guitarist Josh Hook] and I were in the live room recording the guitars, it felt like a party the whole time. So I’m really happy that the sound of that party gets to be audible to everyone else on this one.”
https://tokyopoliceclub.com/