Columbus, Ohio-based indie folk band Saintseneca returned to Philly on Wednesday night. Playing a show at Johnny Brenda’s in support of their latest LP, Dark Arc, the multi-instrumental band led by frontman Zac Little played a lively set of alt folk songs. Throughout the show, each member of the band swapped instruments between songs. Indie pop group Memory Map opened second with an energetic set of music off of their new album,The Sky As Well As Space. Scranton 4-piece band Three Man Cannon opened the show playing a set in support of their latest release, Pretty Many People. Check out photos from the show in the gallery below.
Folk band Saintseneca returns to Johnny Brenda’s tonight. The band released its latest LP, Dark Arc, back in April under Anti- Records and has been touring consistently since its release. Ticket information is on the XPN Concert Calendar. Listen to the single, “Happy Alone,” off the new album below.
The Columbus, Ohio pop band Saintseneca released their latest album Dark Arc in March and have just begun a tour that brings them to Johnny Brenda’s tomorrow night, June 4th. Go here for tickets. Saintseneca have been described as “folk-inspired post punk…informed by Appalachian mountain music and the explosive recklessness of punk.” On the band’s songs, light acoustic touches brush up against dark hues of sounds and energetic bursts of noise are swept back in control by catchy melodies. One of the best examples of this is “Happy Alone,” that you download below via NPR Music’s Heavy Rotation.
Ohio’s Saintseneca, led by singer-songwriter Zac Little, brings its indie-folk tunes to World Cafe Live tonight. The band recently signed to Anti- Records and plan to release their new LP Dark Arc this year. They released a two-track single a few months back which featured “Uppercutter” and “Visions”. Stream the former below and get tickets here.
Rustic indie quartet Saintseneca kicks off its fall tour in Philly tonight at Johnny Brenda’s. Inspired by childhoods spent in the Appalachia region of central, Ohio, singer/songwriter Zac Little brings that same starry-night folk element to life through a mix of violin-mandolin-electric guitar-dulcimer-synths that you just can’t get anywhere else. Stop by to say hello, and be sure to pick up their new 7″ Uppercutterat the merch table.
Seattle indie band Hey Marseilles play Sellersville Theater tonight with stellar duo Lucius. After releasing a highly acclaimed debut, To Travel and Trunks back in 2010, Hey Marseilles followed up with another gorgeous record, Lines We Trace last March. This band has mastered the art of making songs that are both catchy and meaningful. Check out the video for their latest single, “Heart Beats” below (watch Lucius’ “Don’t Just Sit There” video too) and click here for tickets and more information.
Nomadic rock outfit Crooked Fingers comes to Johnny Brenda’s tonight. Led by Eric Bachmann, Crooked Fingers is the sometimes-solo, sometimes-full-band project of the former Archers of Loaf lead singer. Currently touring in support of his 2011 album Breaks in the Armor, Bachmann spent recent months with his former bandmates for an Archers of Loaf reunion tour coinciding with the re-release of the 1990s band’s discography. Tonight’s show will feature Bachmann and a full band alongside John Vanderslice. Tickets for the 21+ show are $15 here, doors are at 8:00 p.m. and the show will begin at 9:15 p.m. Below, watch a rooftop video for “Your Apocalypse” off of Breaks in the Armor.