The Blue Room - Nashville, TN
October 22, 2022
All ages
Tickets: $20 advanced / $25 day of show
Doors 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm


Please note that all ticket sales will be available at will-call the night of the show. Please be prepared with your email ticket confirmation, your name, and some form of identification to show the door person.

*All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges will be permitted*


Bio:

We Were Promised Jetpacks first emerged as a group of 20-year-olds in 2009, with their exciting debut ‘These Four Walls’. More success followed as the band went on to release three further widely lauded albums, 2011’s ‘In the Pit of the Stomach’, 2014’s ‘Unravelling’ and 2018’s ‘The More I Sleep The Less I Dream’. Entering 2020 with a handful of songs written and a small tour under their belts, the world around them came to a sudden halt.  Unable to meet in person, the album began to take shape across countless files bouncing back and forth between their respective Edinburgh homes. As well as providing the space to think more broadly about their own roles in the band, isolation also allowed them to approach their collective sound in new ways. The result, ‘Enjoy The View’, is also the product of a more settled band. Fifteen years into their career, the trio are more focused than ever. 

WWPJ has toured with Explosions in the Sky, Jimmy Eat World, Frightened Rabbit, Tokyo Police Club, etc and performed at Coachella, Forecastle Festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Monolith Festival, etc. 

 

‘Enjoy The View’ Album Stream

“Fat Chance’ Live Session.

“Not Me Any More” Video.

 

We Were Promised Jetpacks prove that they still know how to write fun, indie songs, even if the world around them is changing and crumbling.” – New Noise Magazine

The group’s fifth album goes a little further afield, incorporating some new elements and finding beauty in some stately, restrained grandeur, as on single “Fat Chance.” But the changes are still in service of the noble goal of synthesizing the best elements of Scot-rock into a singular whole.” – AV Club

"Clear, plaintive vocals propelled by ascending-staccato guitars and hellbent dance-worthy rhythms, as if the Texas band Explosions in the Sky had shown up with New Order's singer and backfield." - Rolling Stone

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Nashville - We Were Promised Jetpacks Live at Third Man Records

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The Blue Room - Nashville, TN
October 22, 2022
All ages
Tickets: $20 advanced / $25 day of show
Doors 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm


Please note that all ticket sales will be available at will-call the night of the show. Please be prepared with your email ticket confirmation, your name, and some form of identification to show the door person.

*All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges will be permitted*


Bio:

We Were Promised Jetpacks first emerged as a group of 20-year-olds in 2009, with their exciting debut ‘These Four Walls’. More success followed as the band went on to release three further widely lauded albums, 2011’s ‘In the Pit of the Stomach’, 2014’s ‘Unravelling’ and 2018’s ‘The More I Sleep The Less I Dream’. Entering 2020 with a handful of songs written and a small tour under their belts, the world around them came to a sudden halt.  Unable to meet in person, the album began to take shape across countless files bouncing back and forth between their respective Edinburgh homes. As well as providing the space to think more broadly about their own roles in the band, isolation also allowed them to approach their collective sound in new ways. The result, ‘Enjoy The View’, is also the product of a more settled band. Fifteen years into their career, the trio are more focused than ever. 

WWPJ has toured with Explosions in the Sky, Jimmy Eat World, Frightened Rabbit, Tokyo Police Club, etc and performed at Coachella, Forecastle Festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Monolith Festival, etc. 

 

‘Enjoy The View’ Album Stream

“Fat Chance’ Live Session.

“Not Me Any More” Video.

 

We Were Promised Jetpacks prove that they still know how to write fun, indie songs, even if the world around them is changing and crumbling.” – New Noise Magazine

The group’s fifth album goes a little further afield, incorporating some new elements and finding beauty in some stately, restrained grandeur, as on single “Fat Chance.” But the changes are still in service of the noble goal of synthesizing the best elements of Scot-rock into a singular whole.” – AV Club

"Clear, plaintive vocals propelled by ascending-staccato guitars and hellbent dance-worthy rhythms, as if the Texas band Explosions in the Sky had shown up with New Order's singer and backfield." - Rolling Stone