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The Weather Station Live Stream

Thursday 11th March 2021

At The Weather Station Live Stream

Doors 8:00 pm

Price $12 USD

The Weather Station Live Stream

Due to Covid19 restrictions in Ontario The Weather Station live streamed show has a new date of MARCH 11.

Here is a word from the band:

“Internet friends; I’m so sad to say that due to Ontario’s covid-19 lockdown, we will have to postpone our livestream show. It will now go live March 11, and stay up for 72 hours.
It’s so sad to not be able to get together in a room and actually play music (!) with my beautiful band. We were REALLY looking forward to it. (I was really REALLY looking forward to it).
But the time is not now. We’ll make it up you. And we’ll make the show even wilder what with the month extra prep time.

If you bought a ticket, it will be honoured for the March 11 date. “

Hosted by NoonChorus The Weather Station will performing with full band live from a theatre in Ontario bringing us their highly anticipated new album ‘Ignorance’ out on Fat Possum Records in early 2021.

Ticket holders will be able to view the event for 72 hours after the live show.

“Robber” is the latest single by The Weather Station, the project of Toronto singer/songwriter Tamara Lindemann. Recorded with Marcus Paquin (The National, Arcade Fire) in Toronto’s Canterbury Studios, the song presents an ambitious, vital and genre-defying new direction for The Weather Station. In describing the track, Lindeman says, “I gathered seven musicians in a studio; four of them rehearsed, three of them not at all, and I let those two energies of control and chance feed off each other over the course of two chords and five minutes. It was a beautiful session and I’ve never been so proud of a recording in my life.

I could say a lot about where this song came from, but I’ll refer here to Hannah Arendt, who said: “The chances of factual truth surviving the onslaught of power are very slim indeed; it is always in danger of being maneuvered out of the world not only for a time, but potentially forever.” Power asks us to not see; to not believe our eyes. Not seeing is rewarded; it’s easier to fall in love with the robber than it is to see the robber, to bear witness to what is taken.”

This latest release follows The Weather Station’s universally acclaimed Self-Titled LP in 2017, and 2015 breakthrough album Loyalty. Those albums saw Lindeman develop an international fanbase, touring the world as both a headliner and support for artists such as The War On Drugs, The Mountain Goats, Damien Jurado and Bahamas. Receiving praise from Pitchfork, NPR, The New Yorker, MOJO, Uncut, The Guardian, and The New York Times, they also picked up multiple nominations for the Polaris Prize, JUNO and SOCAN Awards.

“Robber” marks The Weather Station’s first release with legendary independent label Fat Possum Records, whose release discography includes the likes of Al Green, The Black Keys, Townes Van Zandt, Andrew Bird and Spiritualized. To mark the occasion, Fat Possum have also made a limited run of Robber 7” releases, including a physical only b-side, “Better Now”.


“No one else is writing true-life songs with such a command of nuance and ellipsis, with such generosity of unguarded emotion and careful economy of means.” – Richard Williams, Uncut Magazine

“Timeless… Measured, perceptive storytelling. A singer with an unmistakable & communicative voice, able to convey hope & hurt with equal clarity.” – Pitchfork