Fang Island Tickets

Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Fang Island saw its original formation back in Providence, Rhode Island in 2005. Since their formation, the group has been making original material that they released in form of two studio albums, in addition to performing live for their growing number of fans across the nation. The lineup of the band comprises of three guitarists Chris Georges, Jason Bartell, and Nicholas Andrew Sadler, that are accompanied by the drummer Marc St. Sauveur and bassist Michael Jacober. The group made their debut as recording artists with the release of their self titled debut album that they released after securing a record deal with the Sargent House. Following the release, Fang Island has also been performing live from time to time and each time they do so, Fang Island tickets become the first priority of their fans.

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About Fang Island

The original group members that the formed the band as an art project back in 2005 were, Chris Georges, Pete Watts and Philip Curcuru. All of these three original members were attending Rhode Island School of Design at that time, hence Fang Island started off as nothing but a mere art project. While doing so, the trio was then joined by few other group members that were Nick Sadler, St Sauveur, Bartell and Jacober. Prior to becoming the part of the Fang Island, all of these four new group members formerly played in a band called Daughters that was based in Providence as well. The group took its name from a fictional place called Fang Island that was mentioned for the first time in some article published in The Onion. All the band members of Fang Island love to make music, and as per Bartell’s words they like to "make music for people who like music".
Back in the day, when the band didn’t have any record deal at their end, they released Day of the Great Leap independently back in 2007. The following year in November, the group released their follow up E.P by the name of Sky Gardens. Some of the songs from these releases received mediocre following and one of their track The Absolute Place was also remixed by Yeasayerin’s Chris Keating in 2009. The Stranger’s Brian Cook cited group’s album to be one of the top ten albums of the year in 2009, when their full length studio album’s un-mastered version was leaked over the internet. Officially, the lead single from the album was released in the December 2009. The single was titled Daisy, and it was released digitally. Their song Daisy, is also seeing playing over and over again on MTV as a promotion song for one of their reality shows called The Buried Life.
February 23, 2010 saw the release of group’s self titled debut album, which was released to generally positive reviews. The album received 8.3 out of 10 rating by the Pitchfork Media, while Consequence of Sound gave it four out of five stars. Ian Cohen from the Pitchfork Media also used the following words when talking about the album, "honest and life-affirming and infectious". After gaining good amount of exposure and fan following, the group started concentrating more on live performances from there on, the demand of Fang Island tickets saw a substantial raise. In March 2010, the group was also seen performing live in Austin, Texas at SXSW Music Festival. Apart from attracting more fans with their studio releases, the group significantly attracted a large number of fans over the internet. Moreover, their increasing fandom on internet was cited to be one of the fastest ones. Also in the same year, the group also opened for The Flaming Lips in July.
As of the moment, the group is scheduled to take its act live once again, so the time is now to get your cheap Fang Island tickets. 

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