Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin (SSLYBY) has been playing music in Springfield, Missouri since 1999, when Will Knauer and Philip Dickey met at a Super Bowl party. The indie-pop band released their first full-length album Broom independently in 2005, received good reviews from Spin Magazine and they are now signed with Polyvinyl Records. Recently they were named cultural ambassadors to Russia for a day. SSLYBY is currently on tour in support of their re-release of Broom. Attendees should also expect to hear music from 2013’s Fly By Wire as well.
On Friday, Apr. 25, SSLYBY will be performing a headlining concert in Austin at Holy Mountain. Austin-based indie band Papermoons and newly formed Sweet Spirit open the show. The best part? We have two tickets to giveaway to one of our lucky Red River Noise readers.
The giveaway will be conducted as a raffle from our email list. Just click “enter the drawing” below after submitting your full name and email address. Only submissions with full names will be officially entered. We will pick the winner from these submissions before 10 a.m. on Friday, the day of the show. The winner will be notified via email from Red River Noise. Good luck!
Holy Mountain is located at 617 E. 7th Street. Doors open at 9 p.m. 18+ are welcome. Advance tickets are available for purchase online here.