Another Planet Entertainment
Show Moved to a new TBD Date
Henry Clay People
Jail Weddings
with guests:
TS and the Past Haunts

Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives is the sound of a band righting its ship. In the space between the album's opening line: "I don't want to turn twenty for the rest of our lives," and its closing: "I was learning not to give a shit, not that it ever made a difference," the Henry Clay People claw through thirty minutes of teenage restlessness, quarter-life malaise, and adult resignation. And in doing so craft their most bitter, bratty, and melancholic record to date. In short, this is the sound of the Henry Clay People finding their true north after several years at sea. Returning to their original lineup, the LP finds the Los Angeles quartet ditching the celebratory drunken honky-tonk anthems of 2010's Somewhere On The Golden Coast in favor of the punk rock that inspired them to pick up their instruments in the first place. Gone are the grand platitudes of Coast, and in its stead is the sound of a band both rediscovering and redefining it roots. Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives is The Henry Clay People's fourth full-length and their second on TBD Records. They have opened for Drive By Truckers, Silversun Pickups, The Get Up Kids, Mission of Burma, Against Me!, Deer Tick, Metric, Matt & Kim, Mike Watt, and many others. They've also gigged at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Sasquatch, and too many SXSW parties to remember.

Venue: The Independent

Location: San Francisco, CA
Show Date: Sunday, November 11
Show Time: 8:00PM
On Sale Date: Friday, September 14
Ticket Price: $10 adv | $12 door
*plus applicable service fees

Tickets available at The Independent (628 Divisadero, SF) for no service charge.