Local Rockers Personsplacesthings To Play EP Release Party at the Warehouse


Two years ago, Nick Fondale and Chris DiCola, former members of the local ska/punk band the Glow Pop, started the garage blues band personsplacesthings.

They put out two EPs and then recruited Jake Grahn, formerly of the Kent-based band Sumpin' Sweet, to join the band and play on their forthcoming EP, Demonstration.

The track “I Want Love (to Fall Into My Lap)” features a raucous blues guitar riff and has so much swagger to it, it sounds like it could be an early Stones’ song.

The band has just announced that it will play a release party at 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 20, at the Warehouse (1001 Belt Line Ave.). Bittersweet Revenge opens the show.

Tickets are $10, and attendees will receive a free copy of the EP after the gig.

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