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TUES. MAR 5th @ 8:00PM
Pale Lungs found its start in the Spring of 2016 in and around the Nashville DIY music scene. In the years to come, they gained notoriety touring in support of their early works including their debut EP, "Strawberry", and follow-up EP, “Grow Towards The Sun”.
In their early years, Pale Lungs considered themselves to be a live band, with most of their navigation through the world of music being done so through their live performances. During 2020, as their touring plans were put on hold, the group adjusted their creative framework and reimagined what it looked like to be an “active band”. From that point on much of their creative output was largely self-produced, releasing two stand alone singles, “Right Where You Left Me” and “Corners”; featuring a more stripped back and songwriting-focused approach to the band’s sound. These songs also introduced the voice of Marty Crawford who would later join the band as an official member.
In the spring of 2021, Pale Lungs packed up their gear and holed up in a cabin where they self-produced and recorded what would become their self-titled full length LP. A record that would distill several years of songwriting and growth into their most expansive and fully realized project to date. Pale Lungs’ self-titled LP is out now!
Pale Lungs is: Matthew Schumacher, Hayden Wadell, Julian Shank, and Marty Crawford
WED. MAR 6th @ 8:00PM
Laveda’s ‘A Place You Grew Up In’ is a time-capsule of its inception period, exploring a range of themes from the loss of innocence to the struggles of coming to grips with reality. The former Albany, now Brooklyn-based project showcases compelling melodies and ever-growing ambient soundscapes that recall bright memories of childhood and present uncertainty.
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