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POSTPONED: EOB

Monday, June 08
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7pm
The originally scheduled June 8th show with EOB has been postponed to a new date to be determined. The show is still on! Your previously purchased tickets will be honored on the new date! If you cannot make the new date, we are happy to offer a number of alternatives. We just ask that you please wait until we are able to announce that new date, before you inquire about a refunds / exchanges etc. We'll e-mail all of the details to all ticket holders as soon as the artist makes them available. For the quickest response, e-mail us direct at info@utphilly.com with any questions or concerns.

EOB

Ed O’Brien never planned to make a solo record. As guitarist with Radiohead, who over almost three decades and nine albums have established themselves as one of the most innovative and influential musical forces of our time, he thought his artistic side had its outlet and was happy to spend any downtime from Radiohead with his family. Plus, he wondered, would it really be necessary? “Thom, Jonny and Phillip are making music,” he says, “and I’m like, ‘The last thing the world needs is a shit album by me.’” 

But suddenly a switch was flicked and the songs came pouring out of him. That creative surge resulted in an album of rediscovery and adventure by O’Brien under the moniker EOB that deftly veers from moments of delicate folk to euphoric house, its songs seamlessly pinned together by unswerving melodic hooks and candid lyricism.