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Juliette & The Licks to play Secret Show at Spaceland
You have exactly one week to bid farewell to Spaceland.
Because next Monday night Juliette and the Licks are gonna blow that mother's face out.
According to her
website Myspace blog, the LA native best known for her acting, but totally loved for her rocking, Juliette Lewis will be playing a secret show at the hip Silver Lake club at 9pm on June 11.
This is quite a departure for the band who has been blazing a long and deep trail through Europe over the last few months, most recently from the stages at huge arenas and monster festivals. So expect the wirey songstress to have no problem projecting (as if she ever had those sorts of issues).
Expect a healthy dose of new tunes at the secret show off Juliette & the Licks' forthcoming album Four on the Floor. The album, due out 7/24, was given a rave review by LAist last month.
photo via Juliette's Myspace
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