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6:30pm doors/7pm showtime





The Paper Days:

The Paper Days are a contemporary folk band based in Minneapolis. The band's material draws on influences from folk, rock and pop. Four part harmonies, accordion melodies and innovative songwriting deliver intimate, moving music. Since forming in 2013, The Paper Days have been busy writing, performing and recording. The Band’s first EP, “Northern Sky”, was recorded in early 2014 and released at the Aster Café. The title track has been aired on KFAI Radio and SianeNet Internet Radio. In December 2014, the band headlined a show at the historic 7th St Entry. More recently, The Paper Days brewed the “Paper Days Pale Ale” in collaboration with Day Block Brewing Company.

Their new full length album, “Falling is Easy”, was recorded at The Library, the studio where notable artists such as Jeremy Messersmith, John Mark Nelson and The Pines have recorded. Produced by Matt Patrick, the album features eight new songs that push the band in a new direction. The album was released in January 2016 has received airplay on local Minneapolis radio stations 89.3 The Current as well as Go 96.3.






Sometimes we find the things we're looking for, and sometimes they find us. I grew up not having a thing to do with music - hockey, school, and pursuing a career were center stage. But then a few years ago a song came on the radio that made me want to make songs too. I'm not certain why. Maybe it's because we all have stories to tell, we all have things inside that deserve to take flight into the world. "What you are is not who you'll be" - if we dream, we can be whoever we want.

These songs are about feeling like we know ourselves one moment, and like we’re lost the next. About having almost everything, but not the one thing. About all the spaces we find ourselves, inside and out. Because sometimes all we can hang onto are hopes and dreams, and in this space that might be all we need.