A bit of a quiet stretch from Boston psych-folk trio Quilt is about to come to a halt, as the Mexican Summer band announced yesterday a string of Northeast shows this month and November, and promised some new tunes in the not-so-distant future. Among the live shows, notably, are an appearance Friday at the New England Underground Music Fest in Cambridge, and October 12 at Mexican Summer’s five-year anniversary party in Brooklyn, where they’ll be playing with Spiritualized, No Joy, and others.
Yesterday, Quilt took to social media to post the following message:
hey dudes, we’re gonna play some shows. then we’re going to release some music. then we’re going to play a lot of shows. here are some of those shows. northeast all fall – let us know you’re coming!
In the meantime, check out our post on all the bands playing this weekend’s New England Underground Fest, and get re-acquainted with Quilt’s self-titled 2011 Mexican Summer LP. Their full-run of upcoming dates, as well as the full lineup for the Mexican Summer party, follow below…