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The Underground - Listening Room

Mega March Birthday Bash w/ Suburban Samurai, Better Things and Vallory Falls

Celebrating nine years of ‘fast music for introverts’, Suburban Samurai invites you to join in on an evening full of bad puns and good friends!

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Mega March Birthday Bash w/ Suburban Samurai, Better Things and Vallory Falls
Mega March Birthday Bash w/ Suburban Samurai, Better Things and Vallory Falls

Time & Location

Mar 23, 2024, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

The Underground - Listening Room, 24 Pleasant St Unit A, Randolph, VT 05060, USA

About the event

Advance: $12 // Day of show: $15

Doors: 7:00 // Show: 7:30

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Suburban Samurai:

“Celebrating nine years of ‘fast music for introverts’, Suburban Samurai invites you to join in on an evening full of bad puns and good friends!”

Better Things:

Better Things is an alternative punk band from Burlington, Vermont, formed in 2014 by Brian LaClair (vocals/guitar), Brad Yandow (vocals/guitar), Mark Weber (drums), and Quintin Cardinal (bass). Their music, a unique blend of pop-punk, emo, and hard rock, showcases their unique collaborative songwriting style with diverse influences from Limp Bizkit to Less Than Jake. 

They released their debut EP, "These Roads Lead to Nowhere," in 2014, followed by "Hindsight 20/20." Their first full-length album, "Getting Worse," captures their journey into adulthood. With extensive touring under their belt and performances alongside groups like Bad Religion and The Offspring, Better Things returns to the stage after a 5 year hiatus with electrifying surprises and heartfelt melodies that will transcend expectations.

Vallory Falls:

Hailing from the western side of Vermont, this pop-punk emo band encapsulates the raw emotion and vibrant energy of their New England surroundings. With their roots firmly planted in the local DIY scene, these four friends have crafted a sound that effortlessly blends the infectious melodies of pop-punk with the introspective, heart-on-sleeve lyricism of emo. Born out in Massachusetts, the band has gone through changes over the years to its current line up. Their lyrics delve into themes of love and loss, resilience, and will resonate with fans who find solace and solidarity in their relatable narratives.  

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