After breaking up in the Summer of 2000, Letters to Cleo are back for a short four show run through Los Angeles, Boston and New York. The band played The Roxy in Los Angeles last month to strong reviews and they are playing the Paradise tonight and tomorrow in Boston. Thursday's show at the Bowery Ballroom is the last night of this brief tour.
In a recent interview with singer Kay Hanley, she said “we decided early we would not be interested in making any new records as Letters to Cleo...[w]e are all only in it for the fun of it. We’re all so busy with other things; we’re only in this for kicks."
The band is selling a "new" disc at the shows entitled When Did We Do That?, which is a collection of demos, unreleased tracks, and soundtrack cuts from films like "The Craft" and "10 Things I Hate About You."
Tickets for the Bowery Ballroom show are $20 and the band is playing with The Cassavettes.
Letters to Cleo - Here and Now
Letters To Cleo's Website
Letters To Cleo's MySpace Profile