Published Jul 28, 2011Vancouver indie pop collective Apollo Ghosts are currently hanging out in Eastern Canada, gearing up for a small batch of shows with Dog Day. It's probably an exciting time, to be sure, but Apollo Ghosts frontman Adrian Teacher was met with bad times when he had a bunch of gear stolen from a jam space in Sackville, NB on July 27.
Here's a statement about the missing goods as it appears on the SappyFest Facebook page:
Adrian Teacher's gear was stolen from a jam space on Lorne St. last night. Stolen items include a black and white Airline Tuxedo guitar and a pedal board containing a red looper pedal, reverb pedal, MXR pedal, and tuner pedal. Please contact Thunder & Lightning Ltd. if you have any information, no questions asked.
If you have any information on the missing items, Thunder & Lightning Ltd. has a Facebook page that can be messaged here. The "no questions asked" statement suggests they won't be pressing charges, so if you're the person who stole the items and you happen to be an avid Exclaim! reader, please do the right thing!
Apollo Ghosts recently released their Money Has No Heart seven-inch, which can be streamed below. All tour dates are also listed below.
7/29 Sackville, NB - SappyFest
8/2 Fredericton, NB - Gallery Connexion
8/3 Charlottetown, PE - Hunter's
8/4 Sydney, NS - Governor's
8/5 Halifax, NS - the Seahorse