Show Review: Bad Luck / Sudden Suspension Tour


This rad lineup (minus Clay Cages) played at Exponent Manor in Nashville, TN on July 11th. House shows are awesome because they’re so intimate—the band is right there. Take a look at some shots from the show after the jump!

Text by Kayla Lee. 

Photos by Nick Zimmer

Mayweather, a three piece indie punk band from Ohio County, KY, opened the show. The Nashville date was the second to last date of their tour with Father Mountain. If you like Make Do And Mend, you’ll probably like Mayweather. You can check out their music right here. They’re definitely a band that I’d like to see live again.




Father Mountain played next. An alternative indie band from Owensboro, KY, Father Mountain put on a great, energetic set which included their song “Hope” from their EP On Leaving & Being Left Behind– check it out along with the rest of their music here.

Father Mountain


Sudden Suspension, a pop punk band from Lake County, IN, were after Father Mountain. Recently signed to Bad Timing Records, they played material from their newest EP There’s A Bigger Picture Here. The band kept it fun with banter / jokes between songs– definitely a fun band to watch live! Listen to their music here.

Sudden Suspension


Bad Luck were amazing! They’re signed to Tragic Hero Records & completely underrated. They played several new songs as well as tracks like “Lantern Park” & “Cold Bones” from their debut album Cold Bones. Seriously, stop whatever it is that you’re doing and checkout their music video below.

Bad Luck