“Despite the very long haitus … L7 still pack major muscle on stage”
– Rolling Stone
“…the lung-busting vocals of both Sparks and Gardner sounded vicious for 18 songs”
– LA Weekly
“…fully intact from 1992”
– SF Weekly
The infamously fierce, feminist pioneers of American grunge punk came back into the spotlight upon the announcement of their documentary film, L7: Pretend We’re Dead, fully funded by fans across the globe via Kickstarter. Often credited as a leading force behind the grunge movement of the late ’80s and for their influence on riot grrrl bands of the early ’90s, the reaction to the announcement was far more electric than they could have expected, catalyzing a widely anticipated reunion of the band in its original line-up.
L7 took the stage for the first time in 18 years during May of 2015, receiving accolades from the likes of Rolling Stone, LA Weekly, and many more.
The band is now set on a North American tour, hitting stages with their high-octane energy from coast to coast.
11/2: Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
11/3: Seattle, WA @ Showbox Theatre
11/4: Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theatre
11/8: Austin, TX @ Fun Fun Fun Festival
11/14: San Diego, CA @ San Diego Music Thing Festival