Come reunion shows are few and far between, which makes this news even more enticing. The seminal indie-rock band, which formed in Boston and had an unsung but incendiary run throughout the 1990s, will be performing at TraniWreck on April 14 at Oberon in Harvard Square. (For the unenlightened, TraniWreck is the long-running, gender-bending variety show put on by Aliza Shapiro's Truth Serum Productions.)
The concert will feature Come's original lineup of Thalia Zedek, Chris Brokaw, Arthur Johnson, and Sean O'Brien. It also continues the band's recent smattering of reunion gigs, including one at T.T. the Bear's last fall (seen in the video above) and a triumphant return at Matador Records' 21st anniversary festival this past October.
Advance tickets for Come's performance at TraniWreck -- which Shapiro has rechristened TraniWrock just for the occasion -- are now on sale here. For more information, check out Truth Serum's site or its Facebook page.
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