Mt. Joy @ Royale- Sept. 26
The Pennsylvania-raised indie rock group Mt. Joy will bring its folkish sound to the Royale on Wednesday, Sept. 26. The band released its debut self-titled album on March 2 and can be expected to play the tranquil tracklist at the Boston show. Arlie will serve as the opening act.
The Struts @ Paradise Rock Club- Sept. 29
British glam rock band The Struts will perform at Paradise Rock Club on Saturday, Sept. 29. The band, who has collaborated with Kesha in the past, is expected to release its second album on Oct. 26 through Interscope Records. “Bulletproof Baby,” the first single from YOUNG&DANGEROUS, has a poppy, carefree air about it and will bring a lighthearted mood to the venue.
Hozier @ House of Blues- Oct. 1
Hozier will grace a sold-out House of Blues with his vocal prowess and viscous guitar licks on Oct. 1. The singer-songwriter last christened the music scene with his invigorating Irish folk rock in 2014 and is expected to return with a new album this year. He released the EP Nina Cried Power on Sept. 6, unveiling the momentous title track collaboration with the legendary soul artist Mavis Staples.
The Neighbourhood @ House of Blues- Oct. 2
The Neighbourhood will take the stage at the House of Blues in support of its self-titled third album on Oct. 2. The California-based alternative rockers delved further into the hip-hop genre on the Sept. 21-released five-track EP titled Ever Changing through collaborations with Denzel Curry, Nipsey Hussle, and Ghostface Killah. The band can be expected to perform well-known radio plays such as “Afraid” and “Sweater Weather,” as well as newer bops “24/7” and “Scary Love.”
Featured Image by Columbia Records