Heading out of work, thinking about your evening plans, and looking for some live music to get you through this Hump Day? We’ve already given you the low-down on Graveyard at Exit/In and Tobacco at Mercy Lounge, but, if neither of those are your cup of tea, here’s a reminder for a show we first told you about way back in December. Indie rockers Local Natives are playing The Ryman with Moses Sumney, and not only are tickets still available, but they’re only $29.50!! Cheap enough for an impulse buy? We think so! Find out why you don’t want to miss it, after the jump!
After first exploding onto the indie rock scene with their incredible 2010 debut, Gorilla Manor, LA’s Local Natives have spent the last several years touring relentlessly, working their way onto the festival circuit, and crafting a worthy sophomore effort, last year’s Hummingbird. They’ve put in their dues and climbed the ladder of Music City venues as well, starting with The Basement before graduating to Marathon Music Works and nabbing a headlining spot last year at Live on the Green. They’ve really earned their place tonight at The Ryman, and we couldn’t think of a better setting to soak in their dense, poppy, indie rock sounds.
Also a native of Los Angeles, soulful, folk-infused indie artist Moses Sumney is a perfect pairing for Local Natives. Able to seamlessly fuse genres, captivate audiences, and connect with listeners in a profound and meaningful way, Sumney is one of the most buzzed-about up and coming acts on the west coast, and reminds us of Local Natives right before they found breakout success. Come early and see what the hype is about!
Local Natives and Moses Sumney will perform TONIGHT, April 30, at The Ryman Auditorium. The show is all ages, begins at 7:30 p.m. (doors at 6:30 p.m.), and tickets are available for $29.50.