1201 N. Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, PA, 19125
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Australian trio Middle Kids released their debut, self-titled EP via Domino on February 17th, just days after making their live television debut playing rapidly-rising single "Edge Of Town" on Conan. The band's anthemic sound is a combination of hooky tune craft, ripping Music Row-inspired slide guitar leads, and soaring melodic vocals. Middle Kids shine especially bright live, where an added gear takes them from 0 to 60 in quiet-to-loud dynamics with hair-raising emotional impact. Since the original release of "Edge of Town" in 2016, the song has accrued a staggering 5 million plays on Spotify -- a bonafide streaming hit. The song currently sits at the top of the Sirius XMU chart, and has been championed by non-comm and commercial radio stations such as KEXP, KCRW, WXPN, WFUV, WEQX, WWCD and many more.
Led by singer-songwriter-guitarist Hannah Joy, with Tim Fitz (producer and multi-instrumentalist), and Harry Day (drums) rounding out the team, Middle Kids combine echoes of the infamous female-fronted indie rock bands of the 90s and early 2000s, like Sleater-Kinney, The Breeders, and Belly, with thoroughly modern production and a deep love and respect of the songwriting process, making them a rare species in today's music landscape. There's a contagious joy to this new band -- wide-eyed and optimistic, but with an emotional rawness that touches the nerve of even the first-time listener.
Middle Kids are currently on tour in the United States with Cold War Kids, and will be finishing up in New York on April 1st with a sold-out show at Baby's All Right before heading home to Sydney to join Ryan Adams on his Australian dates.
Bel Heir is an indie rock band from Philadelphia PA. In 2014 they held
themselves to an ambitious campaign of releasing 2 singles a month for
a full year, resulting in two 12 song LPs. As a result, they gained
the attention of many indie rock blogs including Neon Gold, Indie
Shuffle, Hilly Dilly and more. The campaign led to a major label deal
with RCA records in 2015. Bel Heir, spent much of 2016 touring and in
LA writing and recording what would be their debut LP for RCA records.
In early 2017 while waiting for a release date from RCA, Bel Heir
wrote and recorded an EP, “What is Beach Punk.” The EP is scheduled
for release in late Spring. You can preview a song from the EP here:
$13.00 - $15.00
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