Next Saturday, April 7th, The Hi-Fi in Fountain Square will be welcoming Lucy Dacus to their stage. Presented in part by Sun King Brewery, Indy CD and Vinyl, and MOKB, the show will also feature additional supporting acts. These are the bands And The Kids, and Adult Mom.
Lucy Dacus is a singer, songwriter, and musician from Richmond, Virginia. In 2016, she released her debut album “No Burden” on Matador Records. You can find it on vinyl here. Dacus’ most recent album, “Historian” came out earlier this month on March 2nd.
This second album is an important one for Dacus. “This is the album I needed to make,” says Dacus, who views Historian as her definitive statement as a songwriter and musician. “Everything after this is a bonus.”
And The Kids
And The Kids is an indie pop band from Northampton, Massachusetts that formed in 2011. The band released their first album “Turn To Each Other” in 2015. Their sophomore release, “Friends Share Lovers” came out in 2016. You can listen to both “Turn To Each Other” and “Friends Share Lovers” on the And The Kids’ Bandcamp page.
And The Kids consists of Hannah Mohan (guitar, vocals), Rebecca Lasaponaro (drums), Megan Miller (synth, percussion), and Taliana Katz (bass). You can find out more about And The Kids by visiting their website. You can also find them on Facebook.
Adult Mom is an indie pop band from New York that started playing in 2012. They released their debut EP “Bedroom Recordings” that same year, and continued to release multiple EPs before signing on with the record label Tiny Engines. Adult Mom’s first release on Tiny ENgines was the album “Momentary Lapse of Happily”, which came out in 2015. Their most recent release, “Soft Spots” dropped just last year. You can listen to all of Adult Mom on Bandcamp.
The bandmates and friends of Adult Mom are Steph Knipe, Bruce Hamilton, and Liv Battell. For more information on Adult Mom, you can find them on Facebook.
The show with Lucy Dacus, And The Kids, and Adult Mom starts at 9:00 pm next Saturday, April 7th. Doors to The Hi-Fi will open at 8:00 pm. Tickets to the show are twelve dollars.