Indians and Inner Oceans Live at eTown Hall (Full Concert)

 

WHEN: May 29, 2013 / 7:00 PM SHOW (6:00 PM Doors)

WHERE: eTown Hall

1535 Spruce Street

Boulder, CO 80302

COST: $12.00 (plus tax and theater fee) / ON SALE NOW

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indiansBWBe sure to join us for another full concert event, which brings a Danish musician to eTown Hall for the first time!  Indians is the stage name of singer-songwriter and musician Søren Løkke Juul who spent ten years working in various bands before breaking off on his own.  A keyboardist and guitarist, Søren first performed as Indians in February 2012, self-released his first single that April, and toured Europe and North America extensively.  Recently signed to 4AD and backed by a band, Indians debut album, Somewhere Else, was released this past January and charted within weeks of its release.   Written in the Danish countryside during summer months, the album is both sad and hopeful while it creates a unique marriage of folk, piano balladry and arena rock.  Indians pulls people in and allows listeners to interpret the music according to their own feelings.  His successful performance at SXSW this year earned him several accolades including the cover of the New York Times Arts section and being labeled a “Festival Breakout” by the Los Angeles Times.  On the heels of such a successful first year as a solo artist, and in the midst of an international tour with only a handful of U.S. stops left, this is a concert not to miss!

Inner Oceans

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Perhaps most well known as the founder of Denver based band, Dovekins, Griff Snyder has since then found a home in his new self-piloted project, Inner Oceans.  As a keen and much anticipated release from a 2 year bout with writers block, InnerOceans is the culmination of a lifetime of constant change bubbling beneath the surface.  Now emerging forth from a vast wellspring of finely crafted songs employing both electronic and acoustic medium, and a handpicked cast of musical cohorts, Snyder is ready to bring a music that is abstract as it is evocative; fierce even at its most tender moments.