If you know anything about the more recent Bangor rock scene, you know the dynamic duo that is When Particles Collide.

Singer Sasha Alcott and husband/drummer Chris Viner started here in Bangor in 2010 with their rock act and have worked hard to take it across America in what is being called the "Unstoppable Rock" tour.  It's a seemingly endless tour that has them darting across the United States, with 30+ shows scheduled between Friday and August 31st, from Orono to Minnesota to Tennessee and everywhere in-between.

This Saturday, they will be making a stop in the Bangor-area at Woodman's in Orono for a heavily anticipated acoustic show on the patio at 8 PM, weather permitting.

They're evolution and accolades keep those of us back home enchanted.  They won 'Best Summer Tour' from Downeast Magazine last year, have been listed in Paste Magazine as one of the 'Nine Maine Bands You Should Listen to Now' and have won a 'Best New Artist' award at the Boston Music Awards.

We connected with the band and they are happy to be back in town and to release a new album soon:

"We're excited to release "Fade To Gold" on September 21st 2018 on Unstoppable Rock Records and keep repping Bangor, ME as we tour for another full year in support of the album. We always love returning to the Bangor area which will always feel like home and offers exciting new businesses and activities during what definitely feels like a renaissance in the area."

For everything WPC, head over to their website or their Facebook and check out info on their upcoming gig by following the event on Facebook.