And The Kids at The Stone Church with Thus Love (formerly I Love You!)
Since their earliest days as a band, And The Kids have embodied the wayward freedom that
inspired their name. When Rebecca and I were teenagers we just lived on the streets and
played music, and people in town would always call us kidsnot as in children, but as in
punks, says Mohan. On their third full-length When This Life Is Over, the Northampton,
Massachusetts-based four-piece embrace that untamable spirit more fully than ever before,
dreaming up their most sublimely defiant album yet.
In creating the cover art for When Life Is Over, And The Kids chose to include a picture of
their mascot: a black chihuahua named Little Dog, an ideal symbol for the scrappy ingenuity
at the heart of the band. Some of the most memorable moments weve been through with the
band are like, Hey, remember that tour when Megan had just gotten deported and we didnt
have any money, and we had to drive all these hours to play for like two people? says Mohan.
That was a real bonding experience for us. And even when its hard, theres always something
good that comes out of it. Theres always a meaning for everything.
Thus Love (formerly ILve You!) make their debut performance!
The Stone Church (Brattleboro, VT) (View)
210 Main st
Brattleboro, VT 05301
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|