Tomorrow night, Waxahatchee will light up The Bishop along with openers Weyes Blood and Try The Pie.
Katie Crutchfield has been making music as Waxahatchee since 2010. Her third album, Ivy Tripp was released last April to rave reviews. It’s thirteen songs full of self-aware lyrics and Southern-inflected rock melodies. Waxahatchee’s music is introspective and reflective. It’s full of doubt about life, but presented so surely. She’s not one to miss.
Weyes Blood (aka Natalie Merling) is dishing out dark folk songs from New York by way of pretty much everywhere. Her nomadic ways certainly inform her music, and you should definitely include her on your next roadtrip playlist. She’s got a fresh little EP just out last week.
Try The Pie hails from San Jose, California. While sonically related to Waxahatchee, Try The Pie brings a little more punk to the party. Their latest LP, Domestication was released this past June by Salinas Records.
Show starts at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $13 in advance and $15 at the door.
If you need a little something to tide you over until the show, watch Waxahatchee’s Tiny Desk Concert from 2013.