Super Mirage To Perform At Trash Bar 1/7
Super Mirage, indie popsters with a flair for theatrics, will rock Williamsburg on Friday, January 7 at 9pm at Trash Bar, 256 Grand Street. Admission is $10.
Super Mirage plays dance-ready indie pop with a flair for theatrics. Called "quirky indie pop" (New York Magazine), "macabre rock that takes audiences on a tuneful tour of dark places" (The Village Voice), and "a quartet of jolly swell dudes having a rollicking time embracing pop sensibilities but with a decidedly wicked twist" (MyFizzyPop), Super Mirage is above all music you can move your body to. The Super Mirage philosophy: life is hard and short, so party now before it's all over.
Super Mirage has strong ties to the theater world, featuring the talents of Nathan Leigh (noted theater composer and sound designer, also of Boston band A Thousand Ships) on guitars and vocals, Kyle Jarrow (an Obie Award winning playwright and also of the band The Fabulous Entourage) on keyboards and vocals, Drew St. Aubin (also of the band Aldenbarton) on the drums, and Arvi Sreenivasan (also a stage and television composer) on bass. They bring this theatrical sensibility to bear in their raucous live shows, which have been known to feature burlesque dancers, costumes, backup singers, and horn sections.
They recently released their debut record, Pretty Lies, on Keroscene Records, featuring the single "Song for a Go-Go Girl," available through itunes, emusic, amazon and most other online retailers.
More info and advance tickets at www.supermirage.com
Photo Credit: Esty Stein