VÉRITÉ @ Lincoln Hall 8/28

Alt-pop artist, VÉRITÉ is returning to Chicago to share her debut album, Somewhere in Between, with fans.

VÉRITÉ bust onto the scene only three short years ago, but she has already cranked out multiple acclaimed EPs, performed at massive music festivals, and done headlining shows across the US and Europe. Buzzfeed called VÉRITÉ “one of the best artists in alt-pop,” and TIME has praised her “...complex electronic arrangements, layered with rich and ethereal vocals” on the album. Want to hear her for yourself? Check her title track out below.

VÉRITÉ will be supported at Lincoln Hall by Tigertown–get your tickets here.

Future Generations @ Beat Kitchen 7/26

Future Generations has been busy these past few years. After the July 2016 release of their debut album, the Brooklyn quintet has been on the road and racking up over a million Spotify plays on multiple songs from their album.

The band has been compared to the likes of MGMT and Passion Pit, and is known for their catchy hooks and rich electronic production.

For tickets to Wednesday’s show, click here.

Julie Byrne @ Schubas 7/20

New Yorker Julie Byrne is coming to Schubas next Thursday, and it promises to be quite the show.
Byrne just finished off a European + US tour in support of Whitney and Kevin Morby and is ready to head back out on tour with Johanna Warren who guested on three songs from Byrne’s latest album Not Even Happiness. Her mesmerizing voice coupled with her fingerpicking creates a dreamy sound that has been dazzling crowds around the globe. Check out one of her newer releases above and get tickets for Thursday’s show, click here.

The Wooden Sky @ Lincoln Hall 4/28

The Wooden Sky will be playing Lincoln Hall this Friday in support of their April 7th release, Swimming in Strange Waters. This record is the 5th full-length record of the Toronto-based indie folk-rock band. Weaving psychedelic tones with quieter acoustic tones, The Wooden Sky tackles the notion of trauma and its haunting effects on life. Check them out below, and get your tickets for Friday’s show here.

Allie X @ Lincoln Hall 4/27

The Canadian electro-pop act Allie X is playing Lincoln Hall this Thursday in support of her album CollXtion II which is being released June 9th.

Allie X has been taking the pop scene by storm, earning her high praise from music outlets like Pitchfork, Stereogum, The FADER, and more. I was lucky enough to see Allie X a few years ago at Double Door, and was blown away by her vocal range and well-established stage presence.

For tickets to Thursday’s show with K.I.D., click here.