Music & Shows

Published on September 18th, 2018 | by TLV News

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Pay a Visit to Neighbor Lady at Proud Larry’s Wednesday, September 19

“There’s a defiant and palpable resilience in Neighbor Lady’s new single…‘Let It Bleed’ is begging you to turn up the volume, to twirl about in your private headspace with middle finger raised to whatever has been holding you back.” — The Grey Estates


A missing link between indie-rock and classic country western, Neighbor Lady is led by the siren voice of front-woman and songwriter Emily Braden, joined by Jack Blauvelt, Merideth Hanscom, and Andrew McFarland. They released Maybe Later on May 11, 2018 via Sacramento label Friendship Fever, and it consists of seven songs that introduce the foundations of the band in a poignantly sweet and evocative style that Paste Magazine calls “tough-but-breezy indie that is instantly appealing.” The album shifts fluidly between the dreamy, stripped-down, aching melodies of just Braden and her guitar, to the powerfully noisy and fiery hooks of the full band, which more closely mimics Neighbor Lady’s live show.
Tickets are on sale now for Neighbor Lady’s Fall 2018 tour and can be purchased HERE.
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