Monday, September 16, 2019
VIP Doors 6:00 pm // GA Doors 7:00 pm // 7:30 pm Music
$15 Advance // $19 At the door // $39 VIP**
** VIP includes premium seating and band meet & greet
Seattle band Citizens' North American tour in support of their new album, Fear, along with special guests Ghost Ship (Seattle) and The Eagle and Child (San Diego).
The Seattle-based Christian rock band Citizens has been breaking molds since their shotgun birth in 2011. Forming just months prior to their debut EP, Already Not/Yet, Citizens found instant success and endearment in the hearts and ears of people worldwide. Now with three acclaimed full length albums under their belt, they embark on what is to be their most ambitious project to date with their new album, Fear. With a blend of weighty lyrics and post-retro Pep-rock, the tension that Fear brings is sure to be the kind of record that gets under the skin in all the best ways.
Citizens is Zach Bolen (Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar and Keys), Spencer Abbott (Vocals and Electric Guitar) Nathan Furtado (Bass), Brian Eicrhelberger (Piano, Synthesizer and B3 Organ), and Adam Skatula (Drums).
Ghost Ship is an Americana band based in Seattle. Between planting churches, pastoring, and leading worship at their home church, Ghost Ship writes and records gospel albums focused on communicating the complexity of scripture with simplicity, poetry, and emotional intimacy. Lead singer Cam Huxford pays tribute to his southern heritage by way of root and folk influences, and utilizes his passion for ministry as the driving force for his song writing. Alongside fellow band members Shay Carlucci, Jameson Dewlen, Chae Choi, and Doug Finefrock, the group believes the best sermons come from our own collective stories. Since 2009, Ghost Ship has released two EPs and two full length records, with a third, To The End, released in August 2019. Perhaps the most personal of Ghost Ship releases, To The End narrates Huxford's life over a four year period of personal disintegration and Holy restoration. The songs epitomize our struggles and God's ability to transcend them, illuminating how His love not only breaks into and changes our current circumstances, but offers a glimpse into the eternal healing to come.