Presented by Bowery Boston
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm
This show is SOLD OUT!
Tickets available at AXS.COM, or by phone at 855-482-2090. No service charge on tickets purchased in person at The Sinclair Box Office Wednesdays-Saturdays 12-7PM.
Please note: This show is open to all ages. Opening acts and set times are subject to change without notice. All sales are final unless a show is postponed or canceled. All bags larger than 12 inches x 12 inches, backpacks, professional cameras, video equipment, large bags, luggage and like articles are strictly prohibited from the venue. Please make sure necessary arrangements are made ahead of time. All patrons subject to search upon venue entry.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, King Princess is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer. The product of a musical family, she spent much of her childhood tinkering on the vintage Neve board in her father’s Brooklyn studio Mission Sound, learning instrumentation along the way. At 11 she turned down a record deal in favor of finishing school, which eventually led her to USC’s Thornton School of Music for college. She studied there for a year with legendary pianist and singer Patrice Rushen before leaving USC to pursue music full time.
Severity Stone is a towering spooky drag entertainer hailing from Boston MA. She has been performing in and around the city for almost 8 years. Severity is best known for her commanding stage presence, her ever-evolving witchy sense of style, and sassy quick wit. She was crowned Scream Queen of Salem in 2014, and Boston Comedy Queen in 2017. Severity is a regular performer at Machine Nightclub, Jacques Cabaret and DADT at Great Scott. She also hosts Rupaul’s Drag Race viewing parties as well as Glam Brunch at Trophy Room!
After performing in Charli XCX’s band across the global Taylor Swift Reputation tour and curating three sold out Australian parties with Charli XCX, Melbourne-born, LA-based multidisciplinary artist Banoffee has released her new single ‘Bubble.’
Premiered on triple j’s Home & Hosed and Paper Magazine, ‘Bubble’ exemplifies Banoffee’s unique style of subversive electronica-pop
Banoffee: “Bubble is my combat to bullies. It’s for the underdogs when they lose sight of their power. Being different, being unheard or unseen is so dispiriting. I hope in those moments something like this song is a little pick me up. There’s power in difference. Don’t mistake vulnerability as weakness. What a typical doozy we all make.
I made the video to this song in my hotel room in Dallas. It was a funny week because I’d always imagined a big budget clip for this song. But without the funds or means to do anything accept something on the road, I came to the realisation what we put together was perfect.
I don’t claim to represent everyone I hope this song can reach out to. The video is limited to the cast I had on hand which were my friends. But in all their beauty and pure love for the project we made something which shows who we are very clearly. The Dallas party we threw that night was full of such amazing strong characters, all unique and proud of their identities. I asked them to sing this with me, and with them helping me along I think we made something really special. You can see that by the goofy smile on my face the whole way through.
No lights, not make up, just us dancing in a pub, sitting on the toilet, jumping on our beds and singing to each other the lines I know I wish someone had sung to me at times when I thought I was a complete loser.
I hope you like this song, it’s for you.”
Banoffee’s own brand of experimental electronica has been praised by FACT, Clash Magazine, DIY and BBC Radio 1 to name a few. A relocation to LA in 2017 offered up a fresh creative start for her without preconceptions, a space filled with new collaborators, an opportunity to flex muscles Banoffee didn’t even know were there. The past few months have seen her collaborate with the likes of SOPHIE, HTML flowers, l8loomer as well as join Charli XCX’s live band.
This is Banoffee’s first batch of work that looks outside of self. The songs remain dark, but instead of wallowing in dread, they seek to inspire contentment. Banoffee is interested in the future of a more hyper textualised vein of pop, one that pushes its listeners outside of their comfort zone.