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The Absurd Collective presents Beach Towels with Heaven and the Ghosts with Fliss (Ottawa) and Charles Pickard
· Dec · 19 Thu 8:00 pm at The Sewing Machine Factory
9562 82 Ave NW Edmonton, AB T6C 0Z8

Tickets: $10.00 at the door

(Not available from YEG Live)
Why not?

The Absurd Collective presents Beach Towels & others at The Sewing Machine Factory (Edmonton)  on December 19, 2019
Beach Towels

Beach Towels

Alternative / Pop / Rock

Psychedelic surf project of Joel Cain. Read more

18+ No Minors Allowed // General Admission // Doors at 8:00 pm 

The Absurd Collective Presents...

Beach Towels is a psychedelic surf rock project of Joel Cain (Still Waters, Shade Shelter, Sir Quilt, Hawaiian Street Smarts, Feel Estate, Stretch), based in Edmonton.

FLISS (Ottawa)
alt-country, dream pop, folk
Profoundly honest and intimate, listening to Fliss' songs feels a bit like stumbling upon someone's diary. With a voice that could be 1000 years old, she will swing to a high vibrato so emotional and tremulous you may think for a second she is on the verge of tears, until she slides back down and reminds you she was in control the whole time. Her true power lies in her ability to bring listeners comfort, peace, and connection while singing about difficult and personal subjects such as homophobia, religion, and mental illness.

Heaven & The Ghosts are a trio of swelling harmonies wedged somewhere between psych folk and baroque pop.

Charles Pickard is a music student at MacEwan University. Born and raised in Edmonton, he enjoys supporting the local events and activities his city has to offer. He started playing the guitar when he was 10 years old and doesn't remember a time when he wasn't singing. Having grown up with a stutter, Charles has always found music to be an important outlet for expression.

This show is intended to be safe and comfortable for all. Respect one another. Respect the venue. The SMF has taken the Hate Free YEG pledge | |

This event takes place on treaty 6 territory ||