Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun, Hank & Cupcakes, Glass Mansions @ The Earl!!!

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today the moon, tomorrow the sun says
Really excited to announce this fun-filled bill, full of dynamic, genre jumping, rocknroll goodness (oh and the ladies in full effect all night, y'all, in each of these bands)--
today the moon, tomorrow the sun
Hank & Cupcakes
Glass Mansions (formerly Death of Paris)

Come celebrate your extra long New Year's weekend with us, Saturday, Jan 2nd at The Earl!!!

Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun
-- is about the collaborative. It’s about the connections between sound and people. It’s about the heart and the head. It’s for mistakes and triumphs, and against arrogance and underconfidence. Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun is a band of four. 2 boys. 2 girls. Noisy. Dancy. Loud. Sincere. Sweaty. Loveable. Hardworking. A real good time. Neo New Wave Rock

Hank & Cupcakes
-- are everything you would not expect them to be. Named in reference to notorious Charles ‘Hank’ Bukowski and one of his lovers ‘Cupcakes’, this Brooklyn based duo by way of Tel Aviv Israel & Melbourne Australia are the coalescence of rock without guitars and pop without synthesizers.
With their full luscious sound, breathtaking stage personas and the brutal honesty with which they play, Pedal board magician Hank commands an army of pedals with his bass guitar while powerhouse vocalist/drummer Cupcakes dominates the drums standing up while belting out emotive and groove filled vocals, making it difficult to believe there are only two people on stage. Pinpointing down to a certain genre of music is hard with this duo.

Glass Mansions (formerly Death of Paris)
To our fans, friends and family:
Effective January 1, 2016, we will no longer go by the name "Death of Paris" but will instead be known as "GLASS MANSIONS."
We chose the name "Death of Paris" because it was a play on the phrase "death of romance," with Paris being universally known as the city of love. To us, the Death of Paris would mean the attempt to destroy love and diminish romance, so we wrote songs to combat that idea -- our message has always been to stand up for love and its importance. We are still the same band with the same intentions, writing the same songs about love, lust and the chase - but we can't ignore the elephant in the room anymore. Unfortunately, "Death of Paris" no longer has its poetic meaning and our name has since taken on a horrifying irony that poses as an unnecessary reminder of the tragic terrorist attacks that occurred at Le Bataclan.
With so many innocent lives lost at the concert, this is an effort to fight back by encouraging live music more than ever and ensuring the safety of fans and freedom of expression. In the wake of any tragedy, we are made soberingly aware that we are not invincible. This humility is the beauty of being human - we are immense but fragile, powerful but vulnerable. We are all Glass Mansions.
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