Celebrated post-rock band Caspian have seemingly played everywhere around town over their past decade together, from secret shows born of listening parties in Central Square to Boston Calling Music Festival to Old South Church on Boylston Street.
Tomorrow night they celebrate the 10-year mark tomorrow night with a sold-out show at the Larcom Theatre in their hometown of Beverly, and released a teaser trailer to inspire ultimate jealousy in everyone who failed to get a ticket in advance.
We’ve played some epic spots in the last 10 years — from cathedrals to highway overpasses to seedy house parties — it’s all run quite the gamut,” the band writes on their homepage. “I think we can safely say that being able to get into the Larcom and do our thing there is going to be a strong contender for one of the most amazing venues we’ll ever have the pleasure of performing in.”
And true to any appropriate anniversary party, the show will recap the band’s entire career.
“Our set will run about 90 minutes and performed in chronological fashion, spanning our entire catalogue and including a few songs we haven’t played in a long, long time, and some that we’ve never performed live before ever,” they add. “We’ll be throwing every inch of ourselves into this production so please get tickets as soon as you can and make sure you don’t miss out on this.”
Watch the video below, and hope there’s some video — professional and fan-shot — afterwards. Also note: there is a nearby afterparty.
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