50 fans have purchased tickets today to Here We Go Magic concerts.
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New York, NY , Friday
Here We Go Magic (formed in 2008) is an American indie rock five-piece led by the creative prowess of frontman Luke Temple, hailing from Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Prior to the formation of Here We Go Magic, Brooklyn-native Luke Temple had released a pair of folk albums under his own name in the mid-2000s. In 2009 temple issued Here We Go Magic’s debut, self-titled album on Western Vinyl, earning a string of warm reviews from indie-oriented publications. Showcasing the band’s eclectic stylings which include hazy guitars, high-pitched looped vocals and a handful of synths, the record was supported by several well-received tours. By this point Here We Go Magic expanded to increase their scope and consisted of Temple, guitarist Michael Bloch, drummer Peter Hales, keyboardist Kristina Lieberson, and bassist Jen Turner.
Following a pair of tours in support of Grizzly Bear and The Walkmen, Here We Go Magic issued their sophomore album “Pigeons” in June 2010. Led by the single “Collector”, which was voted Best New Music by online publication Pitchfork, the record increased the band’s blogosphere standing, compounded by subsequent shows at SXSW, Pitchfork Festival, Latitude, Bestival, and Glastonbury. The year was closed out with a tour in support of Canadian indie-rockers Broken Social Scene, before Here We Go Magic issued the EP “The January EP” in January 2011.
Alongside Radiohead’s Thom Yorke producer Nigel Godrich caught the band’s performance at Glastonbury Festival and asked to produce their fourth album. The band naturally accepted the offer, the album of which, “A Different Ship”, surfaced in 2012 highlighting the band’s meticulous detail and expansive jams. Following a national tour beginning in November 2012, including dates alongside Andrew Bird, the band released the double-sided single “How Do I Know” / “My Plate’s on Fire” in 2012, followed by “You Get More Done When You’re Happy” in 2012.