On the Thursday nite leading into the Halloween weekend, Wormburner is booked in a perfect 9:30PM slot at New York City’s Mercury Lounge. See you there.
We are taking a short break from live shows to finish recording our sophomore album. You can sample some songs from the forthcoming record by clicking here.
Introducing the latest in our series of live-in-the-studio music videos shot at our space in Hoboken, NJ. This is a re-worked version of one of our older songs, a summertime classic called Autographed Copies. Click here to watch it.
Many thanks to our supporters at WNEW.COM for featuring our newest video. Click here to view the second in a series of live-in-the-studio music videos recorded at our Hoboken studio space. The song is called Two Kinds of People, and it will be included on our next LP.
Our next New York City show will be on Saturday June 27th. This marks our first return to the hallowed halls of The Mercury Lounge since we sold it out in December. Wormburner will be opening for Pansy Division. It’s an EARLY SHOW, so plan your nite accordingly.
On Thursday June 25th, Hank will be appearing as a guest vocalist at the Matador Records 20th Anniversary Tribute Show. The event takes place at Spike Hill in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Hank will be singing some Guided by Voices songs and at least one song by The New Pornographers. Admission is FREE, so come out for it. You never know who’s going to show up.
Wormburner recently filmed a series of live-in-the-studio music videos at our Hoboken studio space. Click here to see the first in a series of four videos we’ll be releasing over the next few months.
Wormburner has somehow been named Unsigned Band of the Week by High Times Magazine. Dude.
Many thanks to everyone who braved the snowstorm and came out to catch us opening for Camper van Beethoven at the Bowery Ballroom. It was our biggest audience to-date, and it was a great honor sharing the stage with one of our all-time favorite bands. Wow.
Here’s a great review of the show, where the Wormburner sound is affectionately (???) described as “narrative-art-house-loud-rock’s-hyperactive-cousin.”
Pleasant Living in Planned CommunitiesBuy digitally through iTunes
Our third LP! This album’s cast of desperate characters includes a downed airman in WWII Europe, a 21st Century soldier returning home from battle, and a transient gay hustler whose youthful looks are weathering with age.
“Anthemic indie rock with a punk rock kick” – KEXP in Seattle