Jeanine Rodgers Scerri September 20, 2023
Two Albums, One Night: Areola Treat & Their Epic Double Album Launch at Tigullio
Prepare for an epic musical journey as The Areola Treat gears up to launch not one, but two albums at the Tigullio Clubbing Complex on September 23rd. After teasing fans with a steady stream of singles throughout the year, the band is set to drop the highly anticipated Alabaster Halleluljah and Rabbit Hole.
These two separate 12-track albums represent a collection of songs crafted between 2011 and 2019. Alabaster Halleluljah boasts catchy, shorter tunes that are sure to get you moving, while Rabbit Hole takes you on a deeper, more experimental adventure.
The Areola Treat 2023
Image courtesy of Purdey Fava
Both albums will be available exclusively in digital format, however, attendees who purchase the €15 ticket will receive download cards for BOTH albums at the entrance. If you prefer streaming, you can still enjoy these fantastic releases on all major platforms on launch day.
Expect nothing short of a monumental performance in the band’s favorite live location, Tigullio in St Julians. The Areola Treat promises a mammoth set that will leave you craving more.
What can I expect?
The Areola Treat, a Maltese garage rock band that came to life in 2007, brings a unique experience to the stage. Drawing inspiration from late 1970s art punk movements, science fiction literature, and the works of literary giants like William Burroughs and Edgar Allan Poe, their music is a visceral journey through sound. For more Maltese punk acts check out Cryptic Street.
At the core of their distinctive sound are gut-wrenching female screeches and screams that interplay with punchy drum beats, creating a raw and energetic atmosphere. But there’s more to their intriguing landscape than meets the ear.
The Areola Treat Double Album Launch Poster
Image courtesy of Klewn Records
As you attend The Areola Treat’s double album launch at Tigullio Complex on September 23rd, be prepared to immerse yourself in their eclectic fusion of influences and musical styles. With Alabaster Halleluljah and Rabbit Hole, they promise to keep you captivated throughout the night. Don’t miss out on the chance to witness their unique blend of garage rock, art punk, and experimental soundwaves.