Los Angeles' Local Natives emerged on the indie music front early this year with their debut album, Gorilla Manor, which earned its U.S. release on February 16. Since then, the band has received positive reviews from various publications and played shows all over the States, including multiple performances in Austin for SXSW. And while the quintet may have earned comparisons to Grizzly Bear, Fleet Foxes and Yeasayer (pre-Odd Blood), the band more than embodies its own individual aesthetic, thanks to multi-part harmonies, frantic drumming and escapist lyrical content.
It's a mix that's resonating with fans everywhere—even here in Dallas. Originally, this show was booked to take place at The Cavern, but early ticket demand required a switch to the much larger Sons of Hermann Hall venue in Deep Ellum.
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With lively Brooklyn indie-rock act Suckers in tow, Local Natives should still be able to fill the room—if not with crowds, then with its lush, irresistible sound.