A trio of great bands are playing at the Tin Pan on Sept. 16.
Boston and Washington D.C.-based Kingsley Flood recently released its four-song EP “To The Wolves,” ahead of the band’s full-length release, due this fall. Since their breakout set at the Newport Folk Festival in 2013, Kingsley Flood has opened tour dates for Lucius and Josh Ritter, earned raves from AV Club, Paste, Rolling Stone, Billboard, New York Times, played a session for Esquire and premiered a video with NPR Music.
North Carolina eclectic duo Bombadil has been building a steady buzz, catching the attention and support of media outlets like the New York Times, NPR, and Diffuser. The band is on the road in support of its latest record “Hold On.”
Director Judd Apatow included the song “Amy’s Friend” in his summer blockbuster “Trainwreck” as one of the closing songs in the film.
Recorded with members of Bon Iver, Megafaun, and Josh Ritter’s band, Anthony D’Amato‘s debut “The Shipwreck From The Shore” has already earned praise from Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, SPIN and Billboard for its heavy-hearted folk and electric streaks of rock and roll.