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A Dinner Party with Future Generations
Wednesday, January 24th, 2018
The Wild Honey Pie is more than ready to be ringing in the new year, and there is no better way to than to celebrate with our friends, indie pop band Future Generations. On January 24 at 7pm, we will escape the freezing cold and cozy up in Greenpoint restaurant Le Fanfare for an evening of delicious Italian food, served family-style, along with endless beer and an intimate performance by the band. Future Generations is known for filling every room with their electric energy and will surely make this one a night to remember. Join us for this very special evening and be prepared to make plenty of new friends. Get in the mood by listening to our favorite songs of theirs here. "Although young in age, Future Generations’ songwriting holds an astonishing depth usually found in more mature, established artists." — Atwood Magazine "The indie rockers performed some new songs, like their latest single "One More Problem" which was released just the month before via Frenchkiss Records. This moment really made us feel like we were at a stadium rather than an outdoor courtyard. Frontman Eddie Gore's pop-tinged vocal boasted similarities to MGMT or Foster The People, especially when paired with the band's psychedelia-flavored music. In addition to hearing a new single, the band also played a handful of cuts off of their self-titled 2016 album, like "Rain," "Grace," and "Black & Bleu," amongst others." — Baeble Music "It’s hard to act like you’re not enjoying yourself when you’re listening to Future Generations. [The 2016 debut album is] a joyous celebration of guitar rock meets electro pop." — The Deli "Future Generations is a band with a familiar sound you immediately feel close to - as if maybe you've heard them before but can't figure out where. In the end, their familiar sound is their own; They make feel-good, unpretentious pop music that makes you move." — Capitol Sounds