Old Sea Brigade, Frances Cone
Kansas City, MO, 64111
Doors 7:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
The energy, focus and inspiration Paul Wright and Tim Harrington are harnessing in 2018 feels like a rebirth. Having amassed over 120 million streams worldwide, the duo of TALL HEIGHTS are currently on their biggest winning streak, touring the US and Europe alongside acts like Ben Folds, CAKE, Judah & the Lion and Colony House, and racking up accolades across the press world from the likes of Paste, SPIN, Huffington Post, NPR and Stereogum, in addition to making their broadcast performance debut on Conan. With no plans of slowing down anytime soon, Tall Heights now gear up for the release of their most ambitious project yet, sophomore album ‘Pretty Colors For Your Actions’. Stepping away from the production-heavy, synthetic palette of earlier releases, ‘Pretty Colors’ is a uniquely original record that melds man-made instrumentation with grandiose, contemporary production. The highly-anticipated album is just the start of a huge fall for the group, who will then take their newly-released music across North America for 30+ headlining tour dates beginning this October.
Old Sea Brigade
FRANCES CONE is Christina Cone, Andrew Doherty, Adam Melchor, and Aaron Hamel. The Nashville based indie-pop band, fronted by Christina Cone, is named after Christina's father and great-grandfather, both musicians themselves in South Carolina and both born on September 11th. The band has been praised for their compelling, emotional live show and captivating recordings. In 2016, FrancesCone released, "Arizona," the first single from their forthcoming full-length album, Late Riser, which is set to release in 2018. Stereogum praised “Arizona” for “Cone’s melodic vocals, rich harmonies, and an electrifying guitar sound." Written about her brother, filmmaker Stephen Cone, "Arizona's" reach has extended far and wide at 9.5 million streams on Spotify.
The band's second single, "Leave Without You," released in March 2017, is an emotional song about the band's decision to leave Brooklyn. Cone says, "it is the only place I've known as an adult person, and (the song is about) what and who I'll carry with me." Billboard raved that the track “employs the band’s signature slow build before exploding with synth and drums into the song’s chorus.”