Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Charlotte Video Project: Junior Astronomers

Posted By on Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 5:21 PM

Junior Astronomers' high-energy performances have been winning over fans regionally since its formation in 2007. While it may be surprising that the band has only recorded two EPs in that time, it's no shock that the group values its time on stage much more than being holed up in a studio.

The Charlotte Video Project captured the band's Tremont Music Hall performance in June. The video is part of a series of high-quality music videos CL is running between Sept. 11 and 15 in collaboration with the Video Project, an arts venture that set out to document Charlotteans through 100 Web-based videos showcasing the city's arts and culture. From sports to music and more, the Project's mini-documentaries have been giving viewers outside of Charlotte an inside look at what the Queen City has to offer.

Junior Astronomers' gritty post-punk indie rock style returns to Tremont on Oct. 26. Enjoy this look at their performance::

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