God, that was strange to see you again
Welcome back Stars this Valentine's Day.
BY Jonathan Fong | Feb 12, 2016 | Music
Fourteen years since its formation and back in Singapore for the third time, Canadian indie-pop darlings Stars are celebrating Valentine’s Day this Sunday at the Victoria Theatre.
Regardless if your relationship with the band—if they’ve helped you grow through the pains of adolescence, championed your resistance towards adulthood or if you are inceptive to the band for the very first time—catching Stars live is always an amazing cathartic celebration of love and life.
The band’s new latest album titled, No One Is Lost is what singer Amy Milan describes as, surprisingly, coming from a place of relative stability. “We’ve always had so many things defining every album, whether it was the band going through a difficult emotional turmoil, Torq’s father passing away, or us having children. And now it’s like, you know what? We’re pretty good. This is one of the best times of our lives.”
And there’s no better time to experience love and life with the band this Sunday.
STARS - Live in Singapore takes place on February 14, 8.30pm at the Victoria Theatre, 9 Empress Place. Tickets available at SGD98 at Peatix.