Ticket Giveaway: The Feelies @ 9:30 Club, 6/22/18

The Feelies (Photo courtesy Bar/None)

Last year, The Feelies released In Between, their sixth studio album, via Bar/None. The New Jersey jangle poppers perform songs new and old at 9:30 Club on Friday, June 22 — and you can win tickets to go with Parklife DC!

“On the new record we did a lot of it at my house in my home studio with extra equipment,” said vocalist and founder Glenn Mercer. “It’s the same room where we rehearsed. We’ve been here since we reformed and a little bit prior to taking the hiatus in the 90’s. So it’s a room we’re really familiar with and feel comfortable in. We also did some recording at an engineer’s studio, so it was all done very low key. We refer to it as ‘off the clock’ when you’re not paying an hourly rate, so in that sense it was a lot more relaxed. I don’t think anyone would notice a drastic change in the sound or the vibe of the record. I think it sounds a lot more relaxed and laid back.”

Initially formed in 1976, The Feelies kinda make for a missing like between the Talking Heads and REM in this blogger’s opinion.

Listen to In Between by The Feelies on Bandcamp:

Parklife DC is giving away a pair of tickets to see The Feelies at 9:30 Club. To win, simply leave a comment on this blog. You can leave any comment, but we would like to know your favorite song by The Feelies.

For the rules of this giveaway–

Comments will be closed at 5pm on Friday, and a winner will be randomly selected. The winner will be notified by email. The winner must respond to our email within 24 hours, or they will forfeit their tickets and we will pick another winner. We will email you instructions on claiming your ticket. Good luck!

If you don’t win, buy your tickets online.

The Feelies
9:30 Club
Friday, June 22
Doors @ 8pm
All ages

10 thoughts on “Ticket Giveaway: The Feelies @ 9:30 Club, 6/22/18

  1. “Away”, off ‘Only Life’. It’s the quintessential Feelies slow build-up to a frenetic last few minutes.


  2. The boy with the perpetual nervousness……because I was a boy when I first heard it and I was at least semi-perpetually nervous at the time.


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