Indie/Emo outfit Have Mercy from Baltimore, MD put on a beautifully intimate and emotion-driven set at The Regent Theater in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles last weekend. Also on the bill was Real Friends, Tiny Moving Parts, Broadside & Nothing, Nowhere, all of whom killed it as well.
Check out this photo set below and see for yourself!
It’s no surprise that The 1975 are back at it again. 2016 was a massive year for the British indie rock band – they released a solid sophomore album, they played to some of the biggest crowds of their career, and they routinely headlined festivals that other bands have to work 10+ years to reach. The band recently announced a huge run of tour dates, which you can find below.
Exponent Manor is quickly becoming one of my favorite venues in Nashville. Aside from the fact that it’s someone’s house & that house shows are awesome, the close proximity of the band and the crowd is something that just can’t be matched. Don’t get me wrong, I certainly enjoy going to shows at all different venues, but any show that lacks a barrier and has no real stage ranks high on my list of favorites. There are multiple shows going on at Exponent every week and I’m fortunate to live nearby. Read on to hear about the bands that played last night!