Before they ship off tomorrow for yet another run of tour dates, breakout local grunge pop group Bully have announced a last minute performance tonight, Oct. 27 at DIY all ages arts collective Drkmttr (which recently relocated to The Nations). Still reeling from the buzz surrounding last year’s debut LP, Feels Like, Bully have swiftly and deservedly become one of the most celebrated bands to emerge from Nashville in recent years, and have had a seemingly endless touring schedule since their record’s release. Though the group have made appearances at events like Freakin’ Weekend, Live on the Green, and Bonnaroo, and even headlined The Basement East this year, it’s been a minute since Bully last played a hometown show in a spot as small as Drkmttr. Space is obviously limited (capacity is about 100), so we’d suggest being there when doors open at 8 p.m. The show is slated to kick off at 9 p.m., and Shell of a Shell and Husband Stitch are also on the bill. There’s no better way to experience Bully than a sweaty, tiny room; trust us.