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SPECIAL GUESTS
The Luminaire
Monday 13 February 2006

WWW.ILIKEYOUNGPEOPLE.COMYOU

YOUNG PEOPLE play a fascinating mix of rock, country,
and avant-garde, the trio known as Young People formed in early 2001,
when vocalist Katie Eastburn, guitarist Jeff Rosenburg, and drummer
Jarrett Silberman began playing together in hopes of forming a country
band and ended up forging together traditional American music with the
freeform sensibilities of underground rock. Releasing acclaimed albums
for both the Kill Rock Stars imprint 5RC and Dim Mak, founding members
Katie and Jarrett signed to too pure in 2005, shortly thereafter
completing work on their soon to be released third album ‘All At Once’
(Jeff having left the band after completing the ‘Five Sunsets In Four
Days’ EP).

‘Young People’s contagious slow-core vibrancy and unwillingness to
settle for an obvious post-punk narrative explodes their humble DIY
into a wonderfully zealous act.’ Pitchfork

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YOUNG PEOPLE

YOUNG PEOPLE

SPECIAL GUESTS
The Luminaire
Monday 13 February 2006

WWW.ILIKEYOUNGPEOPLE.COMYOU

YOUNG PEOPLE play a fascinating mix of rock, country,
and avant-garde, the trio known as Young People formed in early 2001,
when vocalist Katie Eastburn, guitarist Jeff Rosenburg, and drummer
Jarrett Silberman began playing together in hopes of forming a country
band and ended up forging together traditional American music with the
freeform sensibilities of underground rock. Releasing acclaimed albums
for both the Kill Rock Stars imprint 5RC and Dim Mak, founding members
Katie and Jarrett signed to too pure in 2005, shortly thereafter
completing work on their soon to be released third album ‘All At Once’
(Jeff having left the band after completing the ‘Five Sunsets In Four
Days’ EP).

‘Young People’s contagious slow-core vibrancy and unwillingness to
settle for an obvious post-punk narrative explodes their humble DIY
into a wonderfully zealous act.’ Pitchfork

PLUS GUESTS



YOUNG PEOPLE

YOUNG PEOPLE

SPECIAL GUESTS
The Luminaire
Monday 13 February 2006

WWW.ILIKEYOUNGPEOPLE.COMYOU

YOUNG PEOPLE play a fascinating mix of rock, country,
and avant-garde, the trio known as Young People formed in early 2001,
when vocalist Katie Eastburn, guitarist Jeff Rosenburg, and drummer
Jarrett Silberman began playing together in hopes of forming a country
band and ended up forging together traditional American music with the
freeform sensibilities of underground rock. Releasing acclaimed albums
for both the Kill Rock Stars imprint 5RC and Dim Mak, founding members
Katie and Jarrett signed to too pure in 2005, shortly thereafter
completing work on their soon to be released third album ‘All At Once’
(Jeff having left the band after completing the ‘Five Sunsets In Four
Days’ EP).

‘Young People’s contagious slow-core vibrancy and unwillingness to
settle for an obvious post-punk narrative explodes their humble DIY
into a wonderfully zealous act.’ Pitchfork

PLUS GUESTS



YOUNG PEOPLE

YOUNG PEOPLE

SPECIAL GUESTS
The Luminaire
Monday 13 February 2006

WWW.ILIKEYOUNGPEOPLE.COMYOU

YOUNG PEOPLE play a fascinating mix of rock, country,
and avant-garde, the trio known as Young People formed in early 2001,
when vocalist Katie Eastburn, guitarist Jeff Rosenburg, and drummer
Jarrett Silberman began playing together in hopes of forming a country
band and ended up forging together traditional American music with the
freeform sensibilities of underground rock. Releasing acclaimed albums
for both the Kill Rock Stars imprint 5RC and Dim Mak, founding members
Katie and Jarrett signed to too pure in 2005, shortly thereafter
completing work on their soon to be released third album ‘All At Once’
(Jeff having left the band after completing the ‘Five Sunsets In Four
Days’ EP).

‘Young People’s contagious slow-core vibrancy and unwillingness to
settle for an obvious post-punk narrative explodes their humble DIY
into a wonderfully zealous act.’ Pitchfork

PLUS GUESTS



YOUNG PEOPLE

YOUNG PEOPLE

SPECIAL GUESTS
The Luminaire
Monday 13 February 2006

WWW.ILIKEYOUNGPEOPLE.COMYOU

YOUNG PEOPLE play a fascinating mix of rock, country,
and avant-garde, the trio known as Young People formed in early 2001,
when vocalist Katie Eastburn, guitarist Jeff Rosenburg, and drummer
Jarrett Silberman began playing together in hopes of forming a country
band and ended up forging together traditional American music with the
freeform sensibilities of underground rock. Releasing acclaimed albums
for both the Kill Rock Stars imprint 5RC and Dim Mak, founding members
Katie and Jarrett signed to too pure in 2005, shortly thereafter
completing work on their soon to be released third album ‘All At Once’
(Jeff having left the band after completing the ‘Five Sunsets In Four
Days’ EP).

‘Young People’s contagious slow-core vibrancy and unwillingness to
settle for an obvious post-punk narrative explodes their humble DIY
into a wonderfully zealous act.’ Pitchfork

PLUS GUESTS



YOUNG PEOPLE

YOUNG PEOPLE

SPECIAL GUESTS
The Luminaire
Monday 13 February 2006

WWW.ILIKEYOUNGPEOPLE.COMYOU

YOUNG PEOPLE play a fascinating mix of rock, country,
and avant-garde, the trio known as Young People formed in early 2001,
when vocalist Katie Eastburn, guitarist Jeff Rosenburg, and drummer
Jarrett Silberman began playing together in hopes of forming a country
band and ended up forging together traditional American music with the
freeform sensibilities of underground rock. Releasing acclaimed albums
for both the Kill Rock Stars imprint 5RC and Dim Mak, founding members
Katie and Jarrett signed to too pure in 2005, shortly thereafter
completing work on their soon to be released third album ‘All At Once’
(Jeff having left the band after completing the ‘Five Sunsets In Four
Days’ EP).

‘Young People’s contagious slow-core vibrancy and unwillingness to
settle for an obvious post-punk narrative explodes their humble DIY
into a wonderfully zealous act.’ Pitchfork

PLUS GUESTS



YOUNG PEOPLE

YOUNG PEOPLE

SPECIAL GUESTS
The Luminaire
Monday 13 February 2006

WWW.ILIKEYOUNGPEOPLE.COMYOU

YOUNG PEOPLE play a fascinating mix of rock, country,
and avant-garde, the trio known as Young People formed in early 2001,
when vocalist Katie Eastburn, guitarist Jeff Rosenburg, and drummer
Jarrett Silberman began playing together in hopes of forming a country
band and ended up forging together traditional American music with the
freeform sensibilities of underground rock. Releasing acclaimed albums
for both the Kill Rock Stars imprint 5RC and Dim Mak, founding members
Katie and Jarrett signed to too pure in 2005, shortly thereafter
completing work on their soon to be released third album ‘All At Once’
(Jeff having left the band after completing the ‘Five Sunsets In Four
Days’ EP).

‘Young People’s contagious slow-core vibrancy and unwillingness to
settle for an obvious post-punk narrative explodes their humble DIY
into a wonderfully zealous act.’ Pitchfork

PLUS GUESTS



YOUNG PEOPLE

YOUNG PEOPLE

SPECIAL GUESTS
The Luminaire
Monday 13 February 2006

WWW.ILIKEYOUNGPEOPLE.COMYOU

YOUNG PEOPLE play a fascinating mix of rock, country,
and avant-garde, the trio known as Young People formed in early 2001,
when vocalist Katie Eastburn, guitarist Jeff Rosenburg, and drummer
Jarrett Silberman began playing together in hopes of forming a country
band and ended up forging together traditional American music with the
freeform sensibilities of underground rock. Releasing acclaimed albums
for both the Kill Rock Stars imprint 5RC and Dim Mak, founding members
Katie and Jarrett signed to too pure in 2005, shortly thereafter
completing work on their soon to be released third album ‘All At Once’
(Jeff having left the band after completing the ‘Five Sunsets In Four
Days’ EP).

‘Young People’s contagious slow-core vibrancy and unwillingness to
settle for an obvious post-punk narrative explodes their humble DIY
into a wonderfully zealous act.’ Pitchfork

PLUS GUESTS



YOUNG PEOPLE

YOUNG PEOPLE

SPECIAL GUESTS
The Luminaire
Monday 13 February 2006

WWW.ILIKEYOUNGPEOPLE.COMYOU

YOUNG PEOPLE play a fascinating mix of rock, country,
and avant-garde, the trio known as Young People formed in early 2001,
when vocalist Katie Eastburn, guitarist Jeff Rosenburg, and drummer
Jarrett Silberman began playing together in hopes of forming a country
band and ended up forging together traditional American music with the
freeform sensibilities of underground rock. Releasing acclaimed albums
for both the Kill Rock Stars imprint 5RC and Dim Mak, founding members
Katie and Jarrett signed to too pure in 2005, shortly thereafter
completing work on their soon to be released third album ‘All At Once’
(Jeff having left the band after completing the ‘Five Sunsets In Four
Days’ EP).

‘Young People’s contagious slow-core vibrancy and unwillingness to
settle for an obvious post-punk narrative explodes their humble DIY
into a wonderfully zealous act.’ Pitchfork

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