Sat Jun 27 2020

6:00 PM

Reggies Rock Club

2109 South State Street Chicago, IL 60616

$18adv - $20dos

All Ages

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The concert featuring Stand Atlantic is CANCELED. All previously purchased tickets will be refunded at original point of purchase. 

Reggies Rock Club 
6pm doors / 7pm show / All Ages / $18adov - $20dos 

Live Nation presents: 
Stand Atlantic
Trash Boat
Super Whatevr
Jetty Bones 

 

Live Nation presents:
CANCELED: STAND ATLANTIC w/ Special Guests Trash Boat, Super Whatevr+Jetty Bones

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Stand Atlantic

    Stand Atlantic

    Alternative Rock

    Upon releasing their Debut Album "Skinny Dipping" with US label Hopeless Records, pop punk meets alternative rock band Stand Atlantic have gone strength-to-strength. In 2018 they were nominated for "International Breakthrough Artist" of the Heavy Music Awards and received multiple nominations in the RockSound Awards. In 2019 Stand Atlantic toured relentlessly across the globe and racked up over 30,000,000 streams online. They secured BBC Radio 1 / Sirius XM / AppleBeats1 Airplay and gained the highly elusive ABC Triple J "Featured Album", as well as being the most played artist across the entire station in both October and November. One of Australia's hottest prospects, who have played 150+ shows in the last 12 months, completely sold out their United Kingdom & Australian tours. With new single "Hate Me (Sometimes)" released in time for their US Co-Headline Tour, the band is universally tipped to be the next household name in rock music.
  • Trash Boat

    Trash Boat

    Pop Punk

    Trash Boat is a British punk rock band formed in St Albans in 2014. The group consists of Tobi Duncan, Dann Bostock, Ryan Hyslop, James Grayson, and Oakley Moffatt. The group has released two EPs; one was released independently in 2014 while the other was released after signing with Hopeless Records in 2015
  • Super Whatevr

    Super Whatevr

    Rock

    For SUPER WHATEVR, sincerity is a surround-sound experience.

    It’s what’s guided Orange County, California’s Skyler McKee to this point, and now, with a debut full-length Never Nothing due January 19 on Hopeless Records, it’s a trait he’s not about to abandon.

    On its surface, Never Nothing is the sound of an up-and-coming artist developing his style, bursting with nervous energy, buoyant rhythms and earworm melodies. But spend some time with the songs, and you’ll begin to uncover the weighty themes McKee has expertly hidden inside them.

    Super Whatevr’s songs don’t seek to push away the darkness. Instead, they invite it in, realizing the only way to move past life’s problems is to tackle them head-on. They’re songs that force listeners to confront the ugliness in ourselves (“Telelelevision”) and those closest to us (“For You”). They come from a dark place, but they’re undercut with a ray of hope.

    “All my songs are happy,” McKee explains. “They have a sad tone, but it’s all in a positive manner. I want to help people grow and be vulnerable. If it’s got to be dark, then it’s going to be dark. It doesn’t hurt me, because I know it’s going to help me grow and help other people grow.”

    Super Whatevr was born as a vehicle for McKee’s poetry in 2013. Up until that point he had only played bass, but began studying the craft of songwriting with the help of a friend and penning songs of his own. Armed with a trio of influential albums (Cage the Elephant’s Thank You, Happy Birthday, Tokyo Police Club’s Champ and Manchester Orchestra’s COPE), his songwriting foundation took roots in emotive, dynamic rock—all undercut with hyper-personal lyricism. 2016’s Good Luck EP introduced Super Whatevr to the world, and Never Nothing is poised to help McKee become a force in the underground.

    From the album’s title (“The concept of the album title is that [what might be wrong with you] is never ‘nothing,’” McKee says) and symbolic artwork (a piece called “Out Of You Becomes Me”) to the songs themselves, Never Nothing is a comprehensive, cathartic work about pushing past your demons on the way to self-betterment. Above all else, McKee hopes it’ll serve as a conduit for happier lives—and not only his own.

    “I plan on starting an online therapy session with the therapist who got me through what I was dealing with,” McKee says. “I’ll be directing anyone who needs help to that. I can be the surrogate that helps you get to a place that gets you comfortable. I don’t need to be your savior, but I can be the person who can push you to the place where you can get better.” XX
  • Jetty Bones

    Jetty Bones

    Alternative Rock

    kelc writes the songs and asks for help from her friends. then they play you the songs. then we all hug and dance. then we build this life long bond where we can all just be friends and a progressive, mutually supportive team in the seemingly endless race to establish the kindness we know as genuine humanity.

    So, you in?
Live Nation presents:

CANCELED: STAND ATLANTIC w/ Special Guests Trash Boat, Super Whatevr+Jetty Bones

Sat Jun 27 2020 6:00 PM

Reggies Rock Club Chicago IL
CANCELED: STAND ATLANTIC w/ Special Guests Trash Boat, Super Whatevr+Jetty Bones
  • Event Cancelled.

$18adv - $20dos All Ages

The concert featuring Stand Atlantic is CANCELED. All previously purchased tickets will be refunded at original point of purchase. 

Reggies Rock Club 
6pm doors / 7pm show / All Ages / $18adov - $20dos 

Live Nation presents: 
Stand Atlantic
Trash Boat
Super Whatevr
Jetty Bones