Doylestown’s Balance and Composure blesses Union Transfer tonight, in support of their 2016 release Light We Made. Bringing along vulnerable emos Foxing and Philly’s own Mercury Girls (check out our Studio Session with them here), this gig should tug at some heartstrings. Watch the music video for Balance and Composure’s “Postcard” below, and more information can be found on the WXPN Concert Calendar.
Rosali busted onto the scene with her experimental blend of alternative country and psychedelic pop, and she’ll be bringing that alleviating sound to Hi5 Studios. With Jesse Hale Moore and William H. Travis tagging along, the night poses to be a much needed escape from our stressed induced country. As always, more information can be found on the WXPN Concert Calender, and watch Rosali’s video for the comforting “Black as Ashes” below, off of her 2016 release Out of Love.
Field Mouse brings their brand of dreamy indie rock to Boot and Saddle, “musically and emotionally” supporting The Good Life and Jake Bellows. The Philly/Brooklyn quintet ‘s fantastic blend of up-beat alternative rock with chilled out vocals offers a great vibe to a Pity Sex-less world and a great night for all under Boot and Saddle’s roof. More information can be found on the WXPN Concert Calender, and listen to a selection from their recent effort Episodic off of Topshelf Records below.
Little Strike at Bourbon and Branch (21+, 8pm, $10)
Jim James at The Fillmore (AA, 8pm, $31)
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