WTMD presents An Evening With Sun Club on Wednesday, Dec. 16. Poster by Ghost Bat.
They’re wild. They’re crazy. And they’re one of Baltimore’s hottest young bands.
On Wednesday, Dec. 16, WTMD is excited to present An Evening With Sun Club. Their debut album just came out on ATO Records (home to Alabama Shakes, My Morning Jacket and more), and they’ve been featured in Rolling Stone, Spin and the Baltimore Sun.
This intimate showcase is a chance to get up close with a hometown band who will soon outgrow small clubs.
Sun Club’s high-energy pop is perfect for people with short attention spans — their songs change directions every 20 or 30 seconds. There is plenty of wild screaming, but also these gorgeous, almost cinematic moments. WTMD has supported Sun Club since their beginnings as a band, and is thrilled to watch other indie music lovers around the country begin to catch on.
The show will be broadcast live, in front of a studio audience.
Doors open at 7 p.m. the show starts promptly at 8 p.m. at the WTMD Studios, 1 Olympic Place in Towson.
“These psychedelic rookies from Baltimore have all the yowl-y, goofy charm of Animal Collective, plus a dash of Arcade Fire gravity … We’re stoked to hear where they go from here.” — Rolling Stone
“Sun Club sounds like a product of a music scene as vibrant as Baltimore’s. They write hummable pop songs with off-kilter time changes … The album reveals contemporary influences like Animal Collective’s hooks and Vampire Weekend’s more energized cuts …” — The Baltimore Sun