November 7, 2015 / 9:37 am

Florist @ The Bishop 11/8

Sunday night seems like a good night to go listen to some really tender songs, no? Lucky for us, NYC-based Florist is stopping by The Bishop to deliver us some heart-wrenchingly sincere tunes. The band’s new EP Holdly, was released at the end of October and it’s beautiful and introspective. If Florist’s music existed in a physical space, it would be a room lit only by Christmas lights with a lot of blankets and probably hot chocolate.

Tagging along on this journey are Hello Shark and Bloomington’s own, Follies. Hello Shark is made up of Linc Halloran, Sean Hood, and Alex Decato. Their pop/rock music is reflective, sentimental, and raw. The band’s latest album, HS was released May of this year.

Follies is a one-person band comprised of Kate Siefker. The music is percussive and intricate, and it’s kind of a wonder to see it being created right before your eyes.

This show promises to be an emotional rollercoaster. Show starts at 8, tickets are $8. If you need me, I’ll be in the crowd somewhere, probably having a little cry.

You can listen to Florist here, Hello Shark over here, and Follies right here.