The last time Torontoist made mention of local punks The Little Millionaires, it was a few days after a rousing night of rocking and rolling at Sneaky Dee’s. This time out, however, it seemed like a good idea to give some advance warning of the band’s next Toronto show. So get your black t-shirts ready! This Thursday, February 7, the band will be opening for recent Juno nominees The Saint Alvia Cartel (another Torontoist favourite) at the Mod Club, along with Hamilton screamo-punks The Reason.
If you’re thinking of hitting up the show, make sure you arrive early (like, 5:00 doors early) to catch the Millionaires in action; likely to become one of this city’s proudest rock ‘n’ roll exports when they get around to releasing some proper music later in the year, for now, their powerful live show will have to satiate fans of Bronx-style punk rock.
Then, you know, there’s that indie band that got nominated for a Juno alongside bands like Sum 41, Finger Eleven, and Matthew Good. It’s probably going to be an awesome night. You should go.
Photo by Kyle Hutton.