Invisible Lines Make Philly Debut
This Thursday Jan 12th, Kearny, NJ band, Invisible Lines will play in the Philly area for the first time at The Grape Room in Manayunk. Invisible Lines are known for their suave looks and smooth hooks. This “post punk revival” team started out in 2007 and have been traveling up and down the northeast for over four years. Kearny, NJ is located just north of Newark, NJ and west of Hoboken. This four piece has has been featured in Jersey Beat’s top five e.p.s of 2011. Rutgers University celebrates them on their top 50 albums. Most Recently the band has been featured on ESPNs Nascar Now. Invisible Lines makes appearances in NYC venues such as The Bowery Ballroom and Webster Hall, and are known for selling out venues like Maxwell’s in Hoboken, NJ.
Invisiable Lines has big plans for expansion this coming year and They’ll be releasing a new single very soon that Tri State Indie will share of course once we have it in hand. But for now make plans to catch this awesome live act Thursday at the Grape Room.
The Grape Room – Thursday jan 12th – 10PM/ 21+/ $7