Man, being in a band is hard. Sometimes it's so hard that in order to eat, you need to stand on Colfax and Speer to get people into your show. That was apparently the reason why the bands decided to utilize the cardboard box to advertise their show this Saturday, or so we're assuming.
There isn't anything truly exceptional about the execution of this poster, but the idea behind it is certainly appealing. We kind of like the image of bandmembers each taking a different popular corner around town and standing their all day advertising for their show. Now, why they typed their names out using a computer and not a pen is beyond us -- but, whatever.
All in all, this looks to be a night of raucous rock, reckless punk and positive vibes, all stuffed into a basement bar just blocks from the homeless shelter. What more could you ask for?
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