Expire w/ Drive By Punch & Living with Lions | Sunday, October 9, 2016
Hailing from Vancouver, BC, Living With Lions are no strangers to controversy. Their provocatively titled full length album, Holy Shit, not only made waves in the music community, but the album artwork drew ire of the Canadian government, was front page news in their hometown and made headlines across North America following its release in May of 2011. The band first emerged in 2007 with the release of their acclaimed “Dude Manor EP”, followed quickly by their debut full-length “Make Your Mark” via Black Box (2008) & Adeline (2009). That record produced the popular single “A Bottle Of Charades” which has been featured on a handful of compilations and video game placements, and saw video play on Fuse and MuchMusic. This release also got them included in Alternative Press’ 100 Bands to Know for 2010. Their trademark dynamics and anthem-esque melodies have helped set them apart in the punk rock community, with a sound that resonates with the new generation of punk rock fans and the grizzled veterans alike.