Buffalo Tom to celebrate Let Me Come Over Anniversary at Royale

90's alt-rock stalwarts Buffalo Tom will bring their Let Me Come Over 25th Anniversary Tour to Royale on Saturday, Sept. 9. The indie rock trio is scheduled to take the stage at 7 p.m.

Buffalo Tom is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Let Me Come Over by performing the album from front to back, in its entirety, in a series of commemorative live shows. During each show, the trio will perform a second set full of favorites from throughout their career.

Back in May, Beggars Banquet released an expanded 25th anniversary edition of Let Me Come Over, complete with a live album. The live album, recorded in 1992 just prior to the Let Me Come Over’s release at Universey of Londion Union, is the band’s first ever live release.

Let Me Come Over, Buffalo Tom’s third studio long-player, emerged back in March 1992 via RCA Records, Situation Two and Beggars Banquet Records. The gritty, yet melancholy album was supported by three singles, “Taillights Fade,” “Velvet Roof,” and “Mineral,” all of which received alt-rock radio staples.

Buffalo Tom recently funded a brand new album via Pledge Music. The album is expected to be released by the end of the year.

The Boston-based trio is also celebrating the 10th anniversary of Three Easy Pieces. The album, released in July 2007 via New West Records, came nine years after 1998’s Smitten. It featured stand out tracks like “September Street,” “Good Girl,” and “Bad Phone Call.”

Tickets are available at AXS.com for $32. Doors open at 6 p.m. This is an 18 & over event. Royale is located at 279 Tremont Street in Boston, Mass. For more information, visit Buffalo Tom’s website and Royale’s website.