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Enemy Planes land at Yacht Club


Enemy Planes with the Fuss and Obelisks

Yacht Club — Saturday, Aug. 19 at 9 p.m.

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Enemy Planes’ indie-electronic sound combines each member’s musical background into something they call “tripnotic.” In the five years since their 2012 inception, the Minneapolis-based five-piece has shared the stage with huge pop acts like Kings of Leon and Lenny Kravitz, and toured with legendary alt-rockers the Meat Puppets. In 2015 they beat out 13,000 other bands to earn a spot in the finals of the Hard Rock Rising global band competition in Brazil and ultimately earned first place.

The group released their first full length, Beta Lowdown, in 2016 and have since released an EP, B sides and Remixes, and — most recently — a single, “The Letting Go”.

Enemy Planes take the stage at the Yacht Club Saturday, Aug. 19 alongside indie rockers the Fuss and Obelisks. Music starts at 9 p.m. and $6 gets you in the door.


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Zak Neumann

Zak Neumann is Little Village's staff photographer and music blogger. Contact him at zak@littlevillagemag.com.

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