Thursday Presents Full Collapse x Domestica, Friday, December 16th, 2022 at 8pm. The Paramount 370 New York Ave. Huntington, NY 11743

Thursday Presents Full Collapse x Domestica

with Special Guests : Cursive, Anthony Green

Friday, Dec 16 2022

SHOW AT 8pm  |   DOORS AT 7pm



THURSDAY playing “Full Collapse” in its entirety & CURSIVE playing “Domestica” in its entirety. An Open Letter From Thursday 2022 has been a strange year but it has also been a great one. Mostly, it’s been a fast year and we can’t believe we’re nearing the end of it. We toured through a new variant of the coronavirus and played the biggest sold-out show of the tour in New York City - with friends and family lending a hand when we got bad news the morning of the show! We did almost two months of touring with Geoff on a scooter after he sustained a leg injury in San Fran (we like to think that as Axl showed Dave Grohl the way, we led the path for Zach and Rage— probably not but we can dream). We played, moved and amended shows along the way in accordance with ever changing....


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with Special Guests :


Over the past two decades, Cursive has become known for writing smart, tightly woven concept albums where frontman Tim Kasher turns his unflinching gaze on specific, oftentimes challenging themes, and examines them with an incisively brutal honesty. 2000’s Domestica dealt with divorce; 2003’s The Ugly Organ tackled art, sex, and relationships; 2006’s Happy Hollow skewered organized religion; 2009’s Mama, I’m Swollen grappled with the human condition and social morality; and 2012’s I Am Gemini explored the battle between good and evil. But the band’s remarkable eighth full-length, Vitriola, required a different approach — one less rigidly themed and more responsive as the band struggles with existentialism veering towards nihilism and despair; the ways in which society, much like a writer, creates and destroys; and an oncoming dystopia that feels eerily near at hand. Cursive has naturally developed a pattern of releasing new music every three years, creating records not out….


with Special Guests :

Anthony Green