After almost nine months of being MIA, college rock favorites Santa are returning to the stage to promote their debut extended player, My Bones. Each member spent their requisite semester abroad in the fall, and during that time, sharply readjusted their focus and their sound: they are no longer your trustafarian roommate’s favorite local band. They have shed much of their neo-hippie sounds for a much crisper and tighter display of rock music that is akin to the likes of Jeff Buckley, Pearl Jam and Coldplay.
Their CD Release party is at The Canopy Club this Friday, March 7, but in the meantime, fans of the band can tune into one of our most cherished and disturbingly underground treasures, WEFT Sessions, tonight at 10 p.m. to hear these rising stars of the music scene play some songs off their upcoming release.
And while it’s well-known amongst “scenesters”, it’s worth noting here: WEFT Sessions are free and open to the public. And it’s BYOB. You can’t beat that deal in town anywhere.