The four-piece alternative and experimental rock band formed in 2012 in New York and consists of Moore (guitar/vocals), Keith Wood (guitar), Samara Lubelski (bass) and John Moloney (drums). The band released its eponymous debut album back in March on Matador Records. Chelsea Light Moving was recorded in two sessions with engineer Justin Pizzoferrato in Sone Lab in Easthampton, Massachusetts. The critically acclaimed album peaked at #12 on Billboard’s Heartseeker’s Album Chart thanks to its three singles – “Burroughs,” “Groovy & Linda” and “Frank O’Hara Hit.”
Tickets for Chelsea Light Moving and special guest Speedy Ortiz are $15 through ticketmaster.com, Walmart and the Tralf Box Office. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 8 p.m. show. The Tralf Music Hall is located at 622 Main Street in downtown Buffalo. For more information visit www.tralfmusichall.com.
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