Flogging Molly have been making celtic punk cool for nearly 15 years and tonight they’re taking the Electric Factory stage on their annual Green 17 Tour. For the 10th year in a row, the LA natives will play a bunch of shows as a countdown to St. Patty’s Day. The band hasn’t made much noise musically since their last album Speed of Darkness hit shelves in 2011, but it left fans wanting more from the seven-piece ensemble. Get tickets here and watch “Drunken Lullabies” below.
Elsewhere, New York’s Incan Abraham brings its catchy psych-pop to Boot and Saddle’s stage. Last month, they released a new jam “Concorde” from their upcoming LP Tolerance which arrives April 8th via White Iris Records. Synthy and texturized, their sound is upbeat and inviting much like Tame Impala and Family of the Year. Pre-order the album here and get tickets here.Boot and Saddle, Electric Factory, Flogging Molly, Incan Abraham