Tickets are $5 ($3 with college ID)
LBLB is excited to have the North Carolina Football Club sponsor this event! NCFC will be here giving away tickets, jerseys, and more!
Story-driven songs that tie-up Southern narratives in a country, indie,
poppy/punky offering. Restless, nervy music that retains a hook-driven,
perceptive, and technical drive. Lead songwriter Brian Corum’s energy
skitters contagiously between absurdist detail and keen observation in the
space of a bridge. Having these fellas play Spazz Fest again is a real
honor. Foremost friends, but these cats are part of the first wave of
musicians that inspired us folks behind the scenes to fight the good fight
and to do the best we can to showcase artistry truly capable of expressing
and emoting at a level that can astound.
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Since their first release, Everlasting (2010), Grandchildren have evolved
from pioneers of Philadelphia’s burgeoning DIY scene into a musical
powerhouse known for their unique cinematic blend of pop, folk and
electronica. A product of a nomadic coming of age across three continents,
frontman Aleks Martray settled in Philly to form a family of musicians that
brought to life his eclectic sound – Roman Salcic (drums), John Vogel
(synth), Russell Brodie (bass), and Adam Katz (guitar). Their next two
records took them from the symphonic Golden Age (2013) to the pop-driven
ZUNI (2015). After attaining road warrior status through several US tours
and sharing the stage with such bands as Man Man, O’Death, and Thievery
Corporation, the group went back into the studio in search of a sound that
would capture the raw unbridled energy of their live shows. The result is
their new single Phantom Pains, a dark and soulful requiem for love lost
that digs deep into the band’s emotional core and orchestral sensibilities.
The track features the soulful harmonies of female vocalist Shari Bolar in
her debut as the newest Grandchild.
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