Pie Shop Presents

Huntingtons w/ Lone Wolf, Borderlines, Celebration Summer

All Ages
Sunday, October 22
Doors: 7pm
Doors at 7:30 | Show at 8:30
All Ages 

 A decade after forming, Maine’s Borderlines has finally released a full-length record that one review calls “a four-chord pop punk ripper with hopeful harmonies and melancholic ethos.” “Keep Pretending,” a 29-minute blast, is equal parts existential dread and longing for love. It’s about mourning the innocence of the past and holding out hope for the future despite dwindling reasons to.

Borderlines formed in 2012 by members of The Leftovers. Their sound is rooted in 90’s punk and pop-punk such as early Green Day and Riverdales, mixed with more recent melodic punk and alternative acts like The Menzingers and Jimmy Eat World. “Keep Pretending” is out now via Hey Pizza Records (LP), Mom’s Basement Records (CD) and Memorable But Not Honorable (Cassette).


“On ‘Keep Pretending,’ Borderlines have brought the classic sense of melody and urgency we all love from pop punk and served it up with punchy, ripping guitars and sharp drums to create a whole new banger of a record. The harmonies hit hard and the choruses stay with you long after you’ve left.” – Tom May, The Menzingers

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