Troubled Hubble Break Their 10-Year Hiatus, Announce New Live Dates
By Gina Provenzano in Arts & Entertainment on Jul 5, 2015 3:30PM
Proving that fans of bands on "indefinite hiatus" should never fully loose hope of a reunion, Elburn-based quartet Troubled Hubble announced a lineup of new shows scheduled for late summer and early fall. With a homecoming show on the books for Sept. 5 at Subterranean. For their Chicago stop, they'l be joined by local favorites Inspector Owl and Truman & His Trophy.
Those who grew up in the early to mid-2000s and frequented punk and power-pop shows might be most familiar with the band. Troubled Hubble provided sounds and lyrics that exemplified the frustration and growing pangs while coming of age in suburban life.
The band's music has largely been missing from streaming and downloading sites and most likely has survived over the years tucked away on old college laptops and mixed CDs (but we might be speaking for ourselves). Thankfully the group has now released their entire catalog, including Making Beds in a Burning House and Penturbia, for free streaming on BandCamp for their fans to enjoy and reconnect with before their shows. For more information on their tour and reunion, head over to the newly launched TroubledHubble.com