Sophie Allison’s band Soccer Mommy has taken her on some dream tours lately, opening for the likes of Paramore, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, and even Liz Phair. We saw the band here earlier this year for a memorable show with Phoebe Bridgers. But now it’s time for Soccer Mommy to strike out on their own, with a string of headlining tour dates scheduled for this fall (before yet another big time tour supporting Kacey Musgraves in February).
With a touring track record like that, December 8th’s show at the First Unitarian Church may be one of our only chances to see Soccer Mommy on a smaller stage, but I have a feeling their “chill but kinda sad” tunes will feel as much at home in the church basement as they do in bigger, fancier spaces. The band’s recent album Clean has been receiving a ton of well-deserved praise from critics and fans alike, many calling it one of the best albums of 2018 so far. So don’t miss out when tickets go on sale this Friday, July 20, and expect an enthusiastic crowd at the gig.
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