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Tickets are $22.50 in advance, $24.50 day of show (including all service charges). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.
This is a standing room only show. There are no seats at Meow Wolf. All ages.
"I don't want to be your fucking dog," sings Soccer Mommy's Sophie Allison on "Your Dog," a highlight from her critically acclaimed 2018 debut album Clean that got year-end nods from 100+ publications, including the New York Times' #1 Album of 2018. Over knotty, distorted guitars and churning bass, Allison is equal turns confrontational and vulnerable. "I want a love that lets me breathe/I've been choking on your leash." It's a mission statement, a reclamation of power, a rewriting of all indie rock's rules.
Soccer Mommy is the project of 22-year-old Sophie Allison, a Nashville native. She has been touring non-stop for the past few years, opening for the likes of Kacey Musgraves, Vampire Weekend, and Wilco, selling out countless headline shows, and making her festival debuts at Coachella, Governor's Ball, Primavera Sound, and more. In September, Soccer Mommy shared her first new song since 2018, "lucy." She followed up with the release of a second track, "yellow is the color of her eyes," in November along with an accompanying music video.
Emily Reo has been recording and touring independently for over a decade. Starting with 2009's Minha Gatinha, a self-released collection of home-recorded droning noise-pop, she's continuously released a slow drip of pop experiments via artist-operated imprints. Her second full-length, 2013's critically acclaimed Olive Juice, was a progression towards bright, kaleidoscopic synthesizer layers and loops, with prismacolor melodies upon melodies; her songs depicting the beauty of nature through vocoder processing. In 2016, she returned, transforming her vocoder-harmonies into something even more meticulous and mesmerizing with her "Spell" single. Reo had always gestured towards the tension between organic and robotic sounds in her work, but with "Spell" that duality underscored an inherent solemness and depth of emotion in her voice—a dynamic that comes to a head on her 2019 full-length, Only You Can See It.
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