NAAM going on “very long hiatus,” playing final show at this weekend’s Sludgefeast in Brooklyn
NAAM at Saint Vitus in 2013 (more by Greg Cristman)
We already told you about Sludgefeast, an all-day all-night show, headlined by psych-rockers NAAM and White Hills that will be going down this Saturday (11/15) at The Paperbox in Brooklyn. It turns out that this will be the final show for the local heavy psych crew. We don't know much about why this will be their final show, but it nevertheless appears that the band is moving on. They released the following statement on their Facebook:
We regret to inform you all that we have decided to take a very long hiatus and will not be performing or writing for many years and possibly ever again. We love all of you and greatly appreciate all of the support and good times you have given us over the years.
We will be playing our final show on November 15th in Brooklyn, New York at Sludgefeast with our buddys White Hills. We suggest buying your tickets now... We plan on going out with a bang.
Thanks again for everything and we will see you around. Peace.
This is sad news, as NAAM are pretty awesome. Tickets to Sludgefeast are still available.
Check out an updated poster for Sludgefeast, along with a stream of NAAM's self-titled EP, below.
New Sludgefeast poster