Sunday night, Oct. 21, Connecticut's own Hostage Calm, will take the stage at The Webster Underground. Currently the punk band is touring with Into it-Over it, Make Do and Mend and Owen. Having just released their sophomore album, "Please Remain Calm", the hometown crowd can expect to hear new music.
"Please Remain Calm" is being described as the "punk rock album of the Great Recession". The band has tried to capture all the emotions being experienced by American youth and young adults in this present era of decline. Critics feel it is a perfect follow-up to their debut, self-titled album.
Based on Hostage Calm's performance at the Hartford stop of Warped Tour this past summer, Sunday's show should be great. These guys bring their best to the home team and people appreciate every bit of it. One can expect for that same energy flow to be created in a room like The Underground which will make for a really great show.
Tickets are $12 in advance and at the door. Doors are at 7 p.m. For more information visit:
Hostage Calm will return to the area at the end of the month, touring with Streetlight Manifesto. November 25th they will be at The Best Buy Theater on Times Square.