Marianas Trench with Very Special Guests Walk Off the Earth on March 16 at 7 p.m.
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In a Nutshell
Vancouver pop-rockers touring behind their ’80s-inspired latest, Astoria, join forces with the whimsical quintet of “Summer Vibe” fame
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$45 for one ticket for seating in sections 108–111 or 208–211 (up to $63.75 value)
Location of Marianas Trench: the depths of Vancouver (when they’re not touring, that is)
Songs you might know: “All To Myself,” “Haven’t Had Enough,” “Stutter”
Song you didn’t know you know: “Call Me Maybe,” which Marianas Trench frontman Josh Ramsay co-wrote with former tour-mates Carly Rae Jepsen and Tavish Crowe
Song you should know: “One Love” from 2015’s Astoria, a song that Ramsay describes as “so lyrically candid I’m actually nervous; it’s like someone reading your diary.”
Speaking of Astoria: It’s a concept album of sorts inspired by coming-of-age ’80s movies (The Goonies in particular), New Wave giants Depeche Mode and The Eurythmics, and a tumultuous period in Ramsay’s life marked by illness, heartbreak, and feverish creativity.
A snapshot of the creative process: Ramsay and company in a Gastown apartment plastered in ’80s movie posters, dressed in leather pants and tank tops, pretending to be ’80s rockers while experimenting with vintage gear
How the the band describes the finished product: “Unapologetically cinematic, constantly surprising and featuring lush orchestral textures that segue seamlessly into spare, but powerful songs.”
Walk Off the Earth
When you first met them: in 2012 when their YouTube cover of Gotye’s “Somebody I Used to Know” went from viral to epidemic thanks to their innovative approach—five people playing one guitar