The Spill Canvas will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their debut album, No Really, I’m Fine, at Music Hall of Williamsburg on Monday, Oct. 23 at 9 p.m. The emo alt-rock act will be joined by special guest Chase Huglin.
No Really, I’m Fine, The Spill Canvas’ full-length major-label debut emerged in October 2007 on Sire Records. The album’s lead single “All Over You,” made waves on the Billboard charts, reaching No. 18 on Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks. Two additional singles were released from No Really, I’m Fine: “Saved,” featuring Andrew McMahon of Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin, and “Bleed, Everyone’s Doing It,” which features Anthony Green or Circa Survive.
The band’s most recent LP, Gestalt, dropped in May 2012 and was supported by the tracks “Parallels and Money,” “To Chicago” and “Gestalt.”
The Spill Canvas will perform No Really, I’m Fine in its entirety as well as fan favorites and new material from their forthcoming album, which is expected next year.
Opening act Chase Huglin, an acoustic singer-songwriter based in Indiana, released his debut LP, You Deserve An Island, back in September 2016 via InVogue Records. Included on the album is the single “Pills.”
Tickets ($18 in advance, $20 day of show) are available online at AXS.com. This is an 18 and over event. Doors open at 8 p.m. Music Hall of Williamsburg is located at 66 North 6th Street in Brooklyn, New York. For more information, visit The Spill Canvas’ website and Music Hall of Williamsburg’s website.