HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. - Primate House will in the house at the Bitter End in Manhattan on Thursday night for a one-nighter set to begin at 9:30 p.m.
The Hastings-based band of Chris Jones, Josh Govier, Devin Gilbert and Jeb Polstein has been together since meeting during their elementary and middle school days in the village.
House began performing in New York City in 2012, playing the Knitting Factory and Arlene’s. Recent graduates of Hastings High School, the House men have played at Santos Party House and the Bitter End among other smaller clubs. The members also ran the high school’s open mic nights.
"We have only played (The Bitter End) once before but it is one of our favorite places to play," Govier said. "We hope to play there again in the future."
The group will be gifting fans with copies of its new CD "Norman" at the door on a first-come, first-served basis as long as they last. Admission is $10 and fans under age 18 will be admitted if accompanied by an adult. The Bitter End is in Greenwich Village at 147 Bleecker St. (between Thompson and LaGuardia streets)
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