The Goodbye Party is going on tour, playing a Girls Rock Philly benefit - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart
The Goodbye Party | Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman for WXPN |

DIY scene faves The Goodbye Party will escape West Philly next month and head out on the road for a short tour. The project of DC-bred singer-guitarist Michael Cantor (also of The Ambulars), the bad released its Silver Blues LP on Salinas Records just over a year ago, and turned heads at Union Transfer last March opening for scene friends Waxahatchee. 

The band’s current lineup features Chrissy Tashjian of Thin Lips, Sam Cook-Parrot of Radiator Hospital, and Joey Doubek of Pinkwash, and whether you’re listening on record or watching them live, you’ll notice hints of Guided by Voices, The Beach Boys and The Weakerthans.

Give Silver Blues a listen below, and check out The Goodbye Party’s winter tour dates; the homecoming show at LAVA Space on February 21st sees the band performing with King Azaz, Dark Thoughts and Fred Beans to benefit Girls Rock Philly. Details on that gig here.

2/13 Columbus, OH @ Space Bar
2/14 Cincinatti, OH @ TBA
2/15 Nashville, TN @ Pussy Palace
2/16 Athens, GA @ Caledonia
2/17 Asheville, NC @ Odditorium
2/18 Richmond, VA @ Church of Abe
2/19 Washington, DC @ Above the Bayou
2/20 NYC, NY @ Silent Barn
2/21 Philadelphia, PA @ Lava Space

Tour poster | courtesy of the artist

Tour poster | courtesy of the artist

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