Square Peg Round Hole | Photo by Breanna Keohane for WXPN
Experimental Philly trio Square Peg Round Hole will stage a one-time-only performance of their newest EP Five Years on December 15th at Crane Arts. This performance is special because it will explore a more ambient style of music showcased on their record as opposed to their standard fare of percussive instrumental tunes.
From the band:
This will be a one-time-only performance of Square Peg Round Hole’s new EP, “Five Years.” The album is a special exploration of ambient music. Like the album, the show will differ from Square Peg Round Hole’s usual style of performance.
The album is also paired with an original piece of artwork by the band (Carlos Pacheco-Perez) and will be sold with a digital download of the EP. The art prints are extremely limited and will first be sold at this event. This is a rare opportunity to see the music performed and also to purchase the album and artwork to own.
Square Peg will be accompanied by a live horn section and vocalist Josh Miller (Former Belle).
Square Peg Round Hole is joined by fellow experimental instrumentalists, Triangulus who are known for their innovative construction of instruments. An original piece of artwork created by Carlos Pecheco-Perez and his fellow SPRH bandmates is available at the show along with a digital download of the EP. Admission is five dollars or twenty dollars for a package that includes a ticket, the artwork and digital download.
Click here for more information on the show, check out the Key Studio Session that Square Peg Round Hole did with us last spring, and watch their music video for “Big Thicket” below.