Lost Boy?, Party of the Sun

Lost Boy?

Party of the Sun

S.G. Carlson

Tue, October 16, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Lost Boy?
Lost Boy?
Lost Boy ? started off as the bedroom recording project of Long Island native Davey Jones in the late 2000s. Working on lo-fi equipment, Jones spent his formative musical years cranking out songs, self-releasing singles, cassettes, and CDs to more and more acclaim. In mid 2014 he released "Wasted EP on Exploding In Sound and then a well received LP entitled "Canned" released on Papercup Music in early 2015. Lost Boy ? premiered a first taste of the record, in the single, "Hollywood", this summer via Stereogum, who called the song, "one of the best tracks of the year."

Since it's inception, Lost Boy ? has played countless shows with the likes of DIIV, Daniel Johnston, R. Stevie Moore, The So So Glos, Skaters, Mr. Twin Sister, Celestial Shore. Empress Of, Purling Hiss, Sharkmuffin and most recently completed a national tour supporting Titus Andronicus.
Party of the Sun
Party of the Sun
Party of the Sun is an indie folk band from New Hampshire led by songwriter Ethan McBrien and producer/multi-instrumentalist Rory Hurley. Since 2006, both McBrien and Hurley have recorded and performed with funk/rock fusion outfit The Youngest Sun. Throughout his career, McBrien has had interest in folk music as well, writing many songs influenced by the Americana tradition. In the fall of 2015, McBrien and Hurley began recording this material. These collaborative sessions, at McBrien's home, a small sheep farm in Marlborough NH, were the impetus of what would soon become Party of the Sun. The first recordings from Party of the Sun surfaced in summer of 2017 via three singles released on the LA-based independent label Trailing Twelve Records. Lay Low, their debut EP was released in the autumn of 2017.
S.G. Carlson
S.G. Carlson
New Haven's Sam Carlson writes with an acerbic punch. With incisive and often satirical lyrics he explores a fascination with the mundane, good and bad uses of time, and a fistful of bummers. He has worked in different capacities with a variety of bands including but not limited to: Ports of Spain, Laundry Day, The Proud Flesh, 10K Blades, Rob Carlson and Benefit Street, and Winter White.