The Lone Bellow: TRIIIO /// Acoustic Tour

The Lone Bellow: TRIIIO /// Acoustic Tour

Dear Lone Bellow Family,

We have a special announcement.…

This fall, you’re cordially invited to the TRIIIO Tour. For some time now, we’ve done a mid-set performance around one microphone at our shows, and we’ve decided to make an entire night out of it.

The three of us are embarking on a country-wide tour of acoustic shows in some of the most beautiful and intimate venues across the country. It will be an opportunity to try new arrangements of our entire repertoire, debut new and unrecorded songs, take requests, and hear more of Zach's unparalleled storytelling and Brian's incredible jokes. Also, Naia Izumi, this year's winner of NPR Music's Tiny Desk Contest, will be joining for the Phoenix and Northeast dates. Watch his Tiny Desk here: https://n.pr/2KpwVJS

We'll be announcing more dates (and other support acts) very soon.

See you out there,

Brian, Zach and Kanene

Naia Izumi is a 34-year-old musician from Columbus, Ga. who now lives in Los Angeles and busks on that city’s streets.

Izumi got his first guitar as a child — he estimates he was between eight and 10 years old — and began to experiment immediately. Though he quickly became obsessed with making music, Izumi says wasn’t always encouraged to pursue his passion. While his mother, a part-time choir director, supported it, his father didn’t want him to play. “I had to hide that guitar in my closet,” he remembers.

He now prides himself in making declarative music, writing songs that are a stark contrast to his timid personality — but Izumi, who has openly discussed living with autism, says that music is his refuge.

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It’s been six years since The Lone Bellow was first formed by Zach Williams, multi-instrumentalist Kanene Donehey Pipkin and guitarist Brian Elmquist. But one only needs to get the lead singer and guitarist speaking to their songwriting process to witness firsthand just how passionate he remains about its teeming creativity. “It’s a beautiful process,” the effusive singer says of the almost epiphany-like manner in which the band typically translates its vivid ideas to melodies and lyrics.

With Walk Into A Storm, their third studio album, due on Sept 15, the band turned inward like never before. “We covered such a broad range of emotion on the album,” Elmquist says of the raw, intimate and undeniably soulful Dave Cobb-produced LP recorded in Nashville’s famed RCA Studio A. The 10-track album features some of the band’s most poignant material to date.

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