Top Trending Indie Artists Foxygen, Tennis, San Fermin and Courntey Barnett Set to Headline the Grand Ballroom at Webster Hall
New York, NY, August 08, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Known for their radical, unhinged and unfiltered live performances, Foxygen is getting ready to release their third studio album, ‘…And Star Power’ out October 14, 2014. They recently released the video for the debut single “How Can You Really”, and after making the list on Pitchforks Top 100 Tracks of 2013 we expect nothing less from the albums highly anticipated twenty-four psych-ward tracks. Foxygen is super excited to commence their North American and European tour. Come check out the eclectic duo headlining the Grand Ballroom at Webster Hall on October 9th, 2014.
In 2011, the world was introduced to the retro-pop, indie couple that make up Tennis. Feeling inspired after their voyage across the Atlantic, the duo transcended their journey into their debut album, Cape Dory, which featured ten private songs the couple wrote as a creative outlet. Following their late 2013 EP Small Sound and their 2012 LP Young and Old, Tennis are back. This time they have teamed up with Patrick Carney (The Black Keys), Jim Eno (Spoon), and Richard Swift (the Shins) to bring you Ritual in Repeat out September 9th, 2014. Tennis is set to headline Webster Hall’s iconic Grand Ballroom on September 26th, 2014. Come check them out for a night you won’t forget.
On October 22, 2014 catch San Fermin, the work of Brooklyn composer and songwriter Ellis Ludwig-Leone. The band, which now includes eight other members, will be making their Webster Hall debut featuring songs off their new self titled album San Fermin. The album features the critically acclaimed first single, “Sonsick,”—“a deliriously infectious summer jam” according to Pitchfork. The rest of the album circulates real life issues including youth, nostalgia, anxiety and unrequited love making this album relatable to just about anyone, ever.
Courtney Barnett is a Melbourne based guitar player, singer and songwriter. In 2012 she started her own label, Milk! Records, and released her first EP I’ve got a friend called Emily Ferris to glowing reviews around Australia. That quickly snowballed into International critical acclaim in 2013 with her second EP How to Carve a Carrot Into A Rose, which features her hit single “Avant Garde.” Pitchfork gave the album an impressive rating of 7.8 and states, “Barnett’s music builds on the wordy irreverence of mid-’60s Bob Dylan and a Byrds-ian blend of psychedelia, folk and country.”