Neighbor Lady, Slumberbox, Advertisement

Mon Mar 26 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm


$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

FRIGS is a Toronto-based four-piece made up of Bria, Duncan, Lucas, and Edan. The band pairs the raw, emotional grunge of PJ Harvey with the immersive, psychedelic post-punk of early Sonic Youth. With each member bringing a unique set of influences, FRIGS creates a sound that is hard to pin down and an impression that’s unshakable.

Record Label: Arts & Crafts
Affiliation: Heretical Objects Co-Operative
Neighbor Lady
The missing link between indie-rock and classic country western is Atlanta based Neighbor Lady. Comprised of Emily Braden, Jack Blauvelt, Merideth Hanscom, and Andrew McFarland. Neighbor Lady began as a solo project for Emily Braden, writing music by herself and for herself; lyrically, the songs chronicle events in her personal life and her emotions surrounding those events. After high school, she moved to Athens, Georgia, met guitarist Jack Blauvelt and formed Neighbor Lady, a small band centered on supporting Emily’s songwriting. As Braden puts it, “Neighbor Lady started because I was too nervous to play a show by myself, so I asked my friends to play with me.”

Neighbor Lady’s debut LP “Maybe Later” consists of 7 songs that introduce the band’s foundations of country kissed alt-rock in a poignantly sweet and evocative style- the album shifts fluidly between the dreamy, stripped down, aching melodies of just Braden and her guitar to the powerfully noisy and fiery hooks of the full band. Neighbor Lady’s momentum is indebted to their blend of a powerfully dynamic band paired with Braden’s soaring vocal melodies, creating a sensation both comforting yet heartbreaking in the same moments.

For listeners of Fleetwood Mac, Wilco, Patsy Cline, and Jenny Lewis.

Friendship Fever is happy to close the polarizing gap between here and there with the release of “Maybe Later” on May 11th, 2018.
Moderate rock from Seattle, This used to be Where My Bones Rest Easy. Members of WMBRE, Grenades, and A Province of Thay
Punk and noise make quite the stiff cocktail when served ice-cold by Lethbridge's Advertisement. Their songs turn on a dime from Arab On Radar-style guitar abuse to beatdown-inducing hardcore, circling around to party-starting punk 'n' roll. This a band you just know are going to be great live.
Venue Information:
109 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98109