Free Pitchfork after-show: Blah Blah Blah @ the Double Door

If you missed Pitchfork this weekend, there is still time to catch a slew of good music before the night ends.  Tonight, Chicago's Blah Blah Blah will be playing a FREE post-Pitchfork sponsored show at the Double Door.

The band is currently on tour to promote the release of their second album, titled Thank You Thank You. The album, which drops on August 23rd via The Propelr Music label, is produced by Matt Walker (Smashing Pumpkins, Morrissey) and engineered by Sean O'Keefe (Fall Out Boy, Motion City Soundtrack, Less than Jake).

Comprised of two Iowa friends (Solomon David and Phil Ferguson) and two Chicago musicians (Byron Harden and Dario Arcos), Blah Blah Blah got together in 2009 and by 2010 were named one of the Chicago Tribune's "local bands on the verge of breaking big-time." They signed with The Propelr Music shortly thereafter and have logged more than 150 shows since then, including a scorching set in Chicago's Millennium Park last month and a performance for JBTV in the spring . The band is known for bringing creativity to every performance they do -- trying to never play the same show twice, often swapping instruments a few times each show.

Catch Blah Blah Blah @ Hennessy Black Presents: Summer Done Different, a Pitchfork after-party at Double Door. The show also features sets from Theophilus London and Kenna. The bash is free, even for those without a Pitchfork wristband.  There’s no RSVP list—so plan to arrive early.

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