Silversun Pickups play Montreal this weekend

silversun pickups montreal mtelus

silversun pickups montreal mtelus

California alt-rockers Silversun Pickups are in Montreal this weekend to play at MTelus on Saturday, November 11th and it promises to be something special.

The band’s most recent release is their Better Nature (Revisited) EP, which includes six songs, three remixes by MNDR, JR JR, and Joywave, and three acoustic versions — recorded at a live session the band did with KEXP— of songs off Silversun Pickups’ latest album, Better Nature.

“Touring for this record has been amazing, and one of the biggest joys of our lives,” lead singer Brian Aubert remarked about their final shows to support their latest album Better Nature. “We’re very excited to go out one last time before we shut down for a while. It’s gonna be a blast!”

Watch the creepy video for Nightlight below…

Support comes from Minus The Bear.

Purchase tickets for the MTelus show HERE
All Ages // $38 advance

Share this :
facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailfacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Slayer to play Montreal as part of their final tour.

Yesterday metal legends Slayer announced they will tour the world one last time before calling it a day. Today they […]

The Devil Makes Three + Roebuck @ MTelus – 19th January 2018

In September of 2016, I took a blind gamble on seeing The Devil Makes Three at the Corona Theatre. I’d […]

Stick To You Guns’ Jesse Barnett – Love Hardcore, Hate Violence

Stick To Your Guns frontman Jesse Barnett has explained how, although he loves the hardcore scene, he could live without […]

Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan dies aged 46

The Cranberries lead singer Dolores O’Riordan has died in London at the age of 46, her publicist says. The Irish […]

Bon Jovi announce Bell Centre show

Global rock icons and newly announced Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2018 inductees Bon Jovi have announced the spring […]

Montreal Rocks – Best Albums of 2017

Here at Montreal Rocks, I think it’s safe to say we struggled to choose our favourite albums of 2017. There […]