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Doors: 8:00PM Show: 9:00PM

It was March of 2006 in Cardiff, Wales when the band reached its seven-headed form. It started in some way a little time before though, with Neil (guitar), Ollie (drums) and Ellen (bass) getting together to ‘jam’ on Wednesday afternoons so that they wouldn’t have to take part in university sports.

A rather fortunate turn of events involving a moderately successful demo recording session and the consequent and unashamed whoring of said demos on music message boards, saw the band ascend to the heady heights of rock n’ roll glory where they were actually asked to perform with people like Broken Social Scene and Danielson Famile.

The youthful septet prove they have no shortage of ingenuity, creativity, and most importantly, energy, with their latest release Romance Is Boring. If you come to Romance Is Boring with too many preconceptions about Los Campesinos!, please leave them at the door: this album may not be what you expect. But Romance Is Boring feels like a band that's – well, not so much grown up – let's say "fully realized." Produced by John Goodmanson (Sleater-Kinney, Bikini Kill, Wu-Tang Clan), it's a record that's bigger, deeper, more complex and more direct than anything Los Campesinos! has recorded to date. Romance Is Boring is filled out with added brass, strings, drum machines and electronics, packed with guest spots from the likes of Jamie Stewart of Xiu Xiu, Zac Pennington of Parenthetical Girls and Jherek Bischoff of the Dead Science, it is nothing if not ambitious.

Don’t miss Los Campesinos! make their return to Toronto Tuesday, April 20th at The Phoenix!

Tickets on sale Friday, January 29 @ 10am

Tickets available all Ticketmaster Outlets, Rotate This, Soundscapes
or call 416-870-8000 to charge by phone.

Order online at HYPERLINK "" and HYPERLINK ""

Tickets (incl. GST) $16.50 (plus FMF and service charges)
19+/ General Admission

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