The Lemon Twigs y Cloud Nothings incorporaciones sorpresa del Canela Party

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The Lemon Twigs and Cloud Nothings surprise additions to the Canela Party

After the cancellations Shannon And The Clams and White Reaper the organization of the Canela Party makes a move and incorporates into the cartel The Lemon Twigs and Cloud Nothings. Both bands join the summer party once again, scheduled for August 21 to 24 in Torremolinos.

Shannon And The Clams and White Reaper will not be at the Canela Party because the two North American bands have canceled his European tour. But as usual, the organization always provides great remedies for big problems and before announcing the losses, they already had two additions on the poster and what a few: The Lemon Twigs and Cloud Nothings.

On the one hand, the brothers Brian and Michael D’Addario, The Lemon Twigs. The band from Long Island are the delight of those who succumb (us among them) to the excellence of that baroque pop of the late sixties. Brilliant songs of twilight sounds and infinite harmonies. And live they are a vaudeville of sensations and sounds where the two exchange roles to create a theatrical and exciting staging.

And about Cloud Nothings, over a decade hitting the nail on the head, steadily becoming an essential part of the fabric of modern indie rock as we know it. With a string of fantastic albums, they have avoided the long pauses and sonic mistakes that often accompany longevity in music. This consistency often goes unnoticed, but at CanelaParty we certainly know how to appreciate it. No wonder they ended up in Torremolinos.

The poster and its distribution remains like this.

The start will be Wednesday 21 August, once again with free entry upon invitation. Goodbye Loves, Intimate Friends, La Culpa, Deeper, La Plata, Monteperdido, Los Punsetes and The Tubs They will be in charge of starting the party. With a sign like that, surely there isn’t even an ice cube left.

He Thursday 22on the two scenarios of the already consecrated summer partywe will have Bar Italia, Big Thief, Curtis Harding, Fin del Mundo, Israel Fernández, Lela Soto & Frente Abierto, Margarita Quebrada, Meeky, Slift, Standstill and Viva Belgrado.

The party will continue on Friday the 23rd in a big way with Dame Area, Finale, Gilla Band, Lisabö, Metz, Militarie Gun, Model/Actriz, Orina, Protomartyr, Wednesday and the newly incorporated Cloud Nothings.

And the farewell, accompanied by the now traditional Costume Partyyeswill arrive saturday 24 with Cala Vento, Crack Cloud, Home Front, Ibibio Sound Machine, Prison Affair, The Lemon Twigs, Sheer Mag, Show Me The Body, Snõõper, Superchunk, Triángulo de Amor Bizarro, VVV (Trippin’ You) and Yawners.

Having reviewed the final distribution by days of this CanelaParty 2024, we remind you once again of the prices of the advance tickets still on sale. As every year, access on Wednesday is free, with an invitation (how to get them will be indicated later). The purchase of a full pass or a day ticket guarantees access to Wednesday without the need for an invitation. And for the rest of the days, you can buy tickets for Thursday, Friday or Saturday here. At 55 euros plus management fees for both Thursday and Friday, and 60 euros plus management fees for Saturday. Remember: there are only 500 entries per day. There are still full subscriptions. They are still on sale for only 99 euros plus management fees.

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