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No More Moments to play new music opening for SNFU

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Siksika Reserve based punk band No More Moments are not only excited to open  SNFU’s Oct. 2 show at the Moose Hall but are just glad to be coming back to Lethbridge to play an all ages show.No More Moments open for SNFU , Oct. 2 Photo submitted

“We were supposed to play a show in Lethbridge in April, but  there were some complications. We were there, but we didn’t  play,” said No More Moments drummer/ vocalist Carlin Black Rabbit, who is joined by guitarist Brandon Darko, vocalist Quarthon and bassist Dallas.

“So we want to make it up to all the people who were there to see us. And when the  we got the offer to open  for SNFU, there was no way we could say no. I grew up listening to those guys,” Black Rabbit said.

“We’ve been focusing on playing all all ages shows in the fall, because students are back in school in Lethbridge, Calgary, Red Deer and Edmonton, though we do play bar shows. Bu all ages shows are more real. And hall shows are more intimate with all of these kids there having a the best time of their lives, it  makes it better for us,” he said, noting they will be playing the first set of the night.

He is excited to see punk rock veterans like SNFU, D.O.A. And Dayglo Abortions touring.
“It’s nice to see all those old punk bands still playing. They used to play them all the time on CJSW ( The University of Calgary radio station) and they are probably why I decided to be in a punk band rather than a metal band,” Black Rabbit continued, adding No More Moments has been playing for eight years.
They are working on their new full length album “ Still Going.”

“This is the first collaboration with this line up of the band. We’ve been working on it for two years. We’ve put a lot of hard work into it, changing songs, and removing songs and putting new songs on it,” he said.

“We’ve released EPs and things but this is the best thing we’ve done in our eight year career. it will probably give people what they want to hear. They’ve been hounding us to do an album for a while,” he said.

“ We want to do it right,” he said noting their 20-30 minute set will be mostly new music.

“ We’re going to try to cram as many songs as into the set as possible. It will be mostly new songs so people will get to hear the album and two older songs,” he continued.

 He noted next year they plan to tour the west coast of the U.S. and possibly go to Europe.

“But we’ve been doing a lot of weekend warrior shows,” he continued.

“ We want to open ourselves up to other opportunities,” he said.
 he gave a shout out to Deathbridge Disease and Alex Currie for putting on the show.

“It keeps the scene alive,” he said.
“ The Jolts are playing and they are a  great rock and roll band and SNFU, so there will be punk, rock and roll and SNFU. It will be a really good show,” he said.
Tickets for No More Moments,  the Jolts, Western Death and SNFU cost $20 in advance from Blueprint or $25 at the door.

 — By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 28 September 2016 11:33 )  
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