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Local Band Local Beer

Young Cardinals, The Old Sioux Summer, Canadian Airports (sponsored By New Belgium)

Genre : Rock

April 26

8pm Doors //

9pm Show

Tickets are $5 ($3 with college ID)

This week’s Local Band Local Beer is presented by Thomas Hruby and
sponsored by New Belgium!

Young Cardinals, a preponderate three-piece based in Raleigh, NC has been
in existence in various incarnations since 2006. With a sound that can only
be described as dirty, bluesy, indie-psychedelic rock. In 2010- frontman
and guitarist James Forgey, known for his blistery guitar riffs and
harmonics, met up with Idaho natives Sam Branstetter (bass) and Marcus
Matile (drums) to form Young Cardinals. In 2011, the trio released their
first self-titled EP under Young Cardinals after collaborating with
producer Mike Garrigan (of the bands Athenaeum and Collapsis) and recording
mastermind Mitch Easter. "The Ghost of a Locomotive" was released in early
2013, marking the band's first full length album. In October of 2014, Young
Cardinals met up with grammy nominated producer, David Arnold, at Stump
Sound Studios to record the album "Flamingos" that was released in Spring
of 2015. A "short film or a very long music video" was released the
following year under the same name, directed and produced by Patrick
Shanahan of Denim Buffalo Productions.



Formed in 2015 by Jeremy Scott and Garrett Sitter, The Old Sioux Summer
brings back the heart from a once big beating indie post-punk rock emo
scene from the late ’90s. With influences from respected bands from Pedro
The Lion to Minus The Bear, The Old Sioux Summer takes what was, to the
current 21st century time in their own careful and heartfelt songwriting.
They will be working on their debut album over the course of 2018 in hopes
to release by Spring 2019.


Raleigh-based rock music in the vein of Braid, Mock Orange, No Knife, Sunny
Day Real Estate, or one of the millions of bands with a Kinsella in it.


All sales are final. All performances are 21+ unless noted on the event page.

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