NEIGHBOR LADY

NEIGHBOR LADY

Duck Club Presents
Ages 21+

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$12

Performers

Neighbor Lady

Date and time

Location

The Olympic

1009 W Main Street

Boise, ID 83702

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Refunds up to 1 day before event

Atlanta-based Neighbor Lady bring their country-kissed indie rock back to Boise on October 8th for a show at The Olympic.

About this event

Duck Club Presents

NEIGHBOR LADY

with guests

Saturday, October 8th

at THE OLYMPIC

$12 adv / $15 door

7:00pm doors / 8:00pm show

21+ (valid ID required)

On new record For The Birds, Atlanta-based Neighbor Lady expand the boundaries of their country-kissed indie rock sound to encompass an elegant style of lush and textural guitar pop sprinkled with, as songwriter and vocalist Emily Braden puts it, with “reverb and magic.” Full of gorgeous top-line melodies, spirited rock hooks, and Braden’s richly emotive vocals (and plenty of twang), For The Birds takes a kaleidoscopic approach to genre. The record features everything from catchy alternative (“Penny Pick It Up”) and starry-eyed country (“I’m With You”) to straightforward indie rock (“Scared”) and ambient-indebted otherworldly pop (“Haunted”).

Neighbor Lady began as Braden’s solo project, but is now a four-piece consisting of Braden, guitarist Jack Blauvelt, bassist Payton Collier, and drummer Andrew McFarland. The band recorded For The Birds with Jason Kingsland (Kaiser Chiefs, Band of Horses, Belle & Sebastian) at Diamond Street Studios in Atlanta and it was mixed by Noah Georgeson (Andy Shauf, Cate Le Bon, Devendra Banhart, Joanna Newsom.)

Though For The Birds is hallmarked by big sonic flourishes and brave moments of experimentation, the overall feeling is one of intimacy—four people in a room, making music together; fitting for a group of musicians who say they feel less like a band and more like a family. “This record came out of a lot of love and hard work and us caring so much about the music and each other,” says Braden. “And that's pretty much what we're about.”

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FAQs

When does the first band start playing?

Typically the first band starts 1 hour after doors open.

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

Yes, this is a 21+ venue. Valid ID required for entry.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

If you have any questions, please email info@theduckclub.com

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