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Can’t Swim at The Canal Club

Go check out New Jersey rock band Can’t Swim this week at The Canal Club! This group’s main concern? Their connection with listeners. The music they put out is a sonic screenshot of the human experience, capturing feelings and ideas in a rich variety of sound and emotion. Although the message and vibes are consistent throughout the band’s history, their more recent music is pushing them from their comfort zones into something entirely new by adding electronic music and digital instrumentation elements into the rock-forward mix. The result? Something so incredibly immersive, evocative, encouraging, and comforting that you will leave wanting to find what sets your soul on fire and chase it until you collapse. 

Monday, December 6, 2021
Doors open at 6:30 PM EDT
Show starts at 7:30 PM EDT

The Canal Club
1545 E Cary Street
Richmond, VA 23219

For more information, call 804-643-2582 or visit thecanalclub.com.

Tickets cost $18 and can be purchased here.

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Erin Steward

Erin Steward is studying Business Hospitality and Tourism Management with a minor in Events Management at Virginia Tech. She loves creative writing, discovering new music, binge-watching her favorite shows, and traveling with family and friends. 

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