San Fermin With Natalie Prass

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The Luminary presents San Fermin with Natalie Prass on Thursday, May 14. Doors 8:00 pm, show 9:00 pm. Tickets $12 adv, $14 dos. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 6 at noon.

San Fermin
Brooklyn-based San Fermin, now an eight-piece touring enterprise, did not start that way. In December of 2012, the initially makeshift project performed a single concert from sheet music and signed a record deal. Their self-titled debut was subsequently released worldwide in the fall of 2013 via Downtown Records. Following rave reviews, the band was thrust into the spotlight, performing sold out shows and festivals across the world and opening for the likes of the National, St. Vincent, Arctic Monkeys, and The Head and the Heart.

Many of the songs on Jackrabbit, San Fermin's second album, existed only on Ludwig-Leone's laptop for the better part of a year, as he toured and turned the band into an ensemble operation. When at last he revisited them, he knew that they had to be reborn. Recorded piecemeal in many sessions under Ludwig-Leone's watchful eye, Jackrabbit bears the scars of experience admirably. If San Fermin could seem prepared and guarded to the point of being polite, Jackrabbit lines that record's complicated compositional maneuvers and grandiose pop eruptions with necessary aggression. It is urgent and in your face, like a band sweating and singing in a cramped venue. It is emotionally complicated, too, like a group of strangers who have suddenly had their lives interrupted and linked by unexpected circumstances.

Natalie Prass
Natalie Prass is the kind of artist Spacebomb was created fora songwriter's songwriter and performer's performer blessed with a golden voice and universal appeala singer who understands the vision and brings an undeniable talent to the process. She's a joy for any listener to discovera lover and a fighter and old-soul trader in genuine energy, aiming straight for the heart. Prass turns a sly eye to the pageantry of emotion, the drama of love and the mysteries of everyday life with a disarming mixture of sincerity and cosmic insolence, unapologetically romantic, spinning golden threads of lyric and melody, each inflection and melisma planned and considered, each word tailored for meaning and effectthe pop gesture as artform. She delivers it all with carefree charm and nearly divine intuition.
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