Posted by: Cory | February 29, 2008

Hallelujah the Hills @ The Dame (3/18) & The Rudyard Kipling (3/19)


photo by Ryan Muir

Boston’s Hallelujah the Hills are coming to Louisville & Lexington to support their 2007 release, Collective Psychosis Begone.  What’s more, they’re giving away mp3s here of a live performance of Collective Psychosis Begone from this past January.  The group is constantly compared to Neutral Milk Hotel, which may be the best compliment I have ever heard.  It may be in large part to heavy reliance upon a cello, a trumpet, and a melodica, but nevertheless it’s an incredible compliment. 

The Lexington show is at The Dame on March 18th, followed by The Louisville show at the Rudyard Kipling on the following night (March 19th).

Hallelujah The Hills is essentially a more cynical animal with a fleshed-out indie-rock post-post-post-Neutral Milk Hotel kitchen-sink agenda (trumpet, Moog, cello, etc). (The Onion AV Club)

Hallelujah the Hills – Effie’s on the Other Side

For the full tour schedule,  

Hallelujah the Hills:

02-29 Brooklyn, NY – Union Hall *
03-01 Brooklyn, NY – Sound Fix Records
03-02 Pittsburgh, PA – Garfield Artworks
03-03 Cleveland, OH – Beachland Tavern *
03-04 Ypsilanti, MI – Elbow Room
03-05 Chicago, IL – The Abbey
03-06 Madison, WI – The Annex
03-07 Minneapolis, MN – Nomad World Pub
03-08 Ames, IA – M-Shop
03-09 Des Moines, IA – Vaudeville Mews
03-10 Kansas City, MO – Crosstown Station
03-11 Fayetteville, AR – The New Deli
03-12 Austin, TX – Friends (Misra Records SXSW showcase)
03-14 Austin, TX – Friends (Berklee College SXSW party)
03-15 Shreveport, LA – Jackrabbit Lounge
03-16 Hot Springs, AK – Valley of the Vapors Festival
03-17 Nashville, TN – Grimey’s Records (in-store)
03-17 Nashville, TN – Springwater Supper Club
03-18 Lexington, KY – The Dame
03-19 Louisville, KY – The Rudyard Kipling

03-20 Lafayette, IN – The Venue
03-21 Columbus, OH – Café Bourbon Street
04-12 Allston, MA – Great Scott
05-04 Cambridge, MA – The Mayfair Festival
* with Evangelicals, Headlights

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  1. Thanks for mentioning the Lexington show!


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