The Bright Light Social Hour W/ Oldermost @ Boot & Saddle 3/7

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Get tickets: The Bright Light Social Hour at The Boot & Saddle THE BRIGHT LIGHT SOCIAL HOUR The Bright Light Social Hour is a psychedelic southern rock band from Austin, Texas. Born out of a university art-rock collective, the band first gained attention in Austin from their incendiary live performances and innovative vision of rock and roll. Melding neo-psychedelia, hard dance, and southern soul, their debut full-length album led to heightening critical acclaim, national touring, and a rare sweep of six awards at the SXSW 2011 Austin Music Awards, including Band of the Year, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year. Following their album release, The Bright Light Social Hour have embarked on a heavy touring rotation, playing over four hundred shows throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. They have performed in front of thousands of new fans, most recently at Lollapalooza 2013, Austin City Limits 2013 and opening for Aerosmith at the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City. The Bright Light Social Hour is currently recording their second full-length album, for release in 2015. OLDERMOST Oldermost's forthcoming EP It's Difficult to Know Anything At All will be released March 24, 2015. Philadelphia's OLDERMOST have been called "Atmosphericana Rockers" whose "sound is gorgeous and expansive, blending traditional songwriting motifs and blue-eyed soul harmonies with an uplifting and emphatically modern guitar rock attack ... with a surplus of texture and ambition, one that doesn’t recognize the self-imposed barriers you typically find in the Americana scene," (WXPN's The Key). They "mix pop elements with nodes of soulful Americana and alternative rock laying the foundation for Bucknum’s booming voice," ( Their debut full-length I Live Here Now produced by Jonathan Low (Sharon Van Etten, Daniel Rossen) was released in March 2014. They liken it to a late evening filled with fuzzy over-disclosure and ever-changing catharses encircling a table slowly becoming crowded with empty bottles.

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