A Leaf are indie, melodic, ethereal, spiritual rock that is “expanding the parameters of modern folk psychedelia” http://www.lovealeaf.com/ Bury the Moon are Philomath alternative rock making their Bombs Away debut. http://www.facebook.com/burythemoon The show is all ages from 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM and 21+ from 10:00 PM till the end
A BREAKTHROUGH IN FIELD STUDIES, A LEAF, THE WORLD RADIANT (PDX)
St. Patrick's Day Celebration!
On Monday October 29th, Euphoria Marie Sorensen was struck by a truck while on foot. She sustained several injuries including many broken ribs and a broken arm and had to have her right lung removed. She is hospitalized and in serious condition. This benefit is to raise funds to help pay for the extreme medical costs that she will be faced with. She is a mother, an incredible artist and a good friend to so many of us. Please come out and show your support to this amazing woman!
Sounds Like: Foxygen, Tame Impala, Temples, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Dr. Dog
Manager: Danielle Daley
Bio: In July of 2012 A Leaf released their debut full length LP. Five souls, inhabiting 20-something bodies, play music together around the west coast area and it is called A Leaf. In 2013 they released their EP Lights, and currently, they're working on their next full length.
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“A Leaf is one of the first bands I ever wrote about. Now, two and a half years later, I find myself returning to the band's music with fresh ears and a new found admiration for the velvety smooth sounds they create. Drawing inspiration from the British folk-rock of the '60s and '70s, as well as the more bombastic elements of Britpop - and occasional dips into dream-pop territory - A Leaf's music is absorbing and soothing, while still carving out moments that surprise and delight in equal measure. This is music that would be for listening to on a sunny spring drive, or alone, in a darkened room, as rain steadily raps on your windows. A Leaf is a band fully formed, clear of intent and vision, a continuing bright spot in Tacoma.”