The Lumineers will be playing at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel on May 28, and in Camden at the Freedom Mortgage Pavilion on June 4.
D’Lasnow explores loss, love and growth on his latest EP, ‘Songs From an Empty Room.’ He’ll play The Bitter End in NYC on May 15 with Jackson Pines.
The band comes to the area next week with shows in NYC (May 12) and Philly (May 14) on the heels of the May 6 release of their third album, ‘Headful of Sugar.’
“We always have people who come in and are like, ‘I can’t draw, I can’t paint,’’ says owner Erica Jones. “We try to make art an experience, where everyone who comes in can feel like they can walk away with something beautiful.”
Lahey plays in Asbury Park at House of Independents on May 5.
“Even before the pandemic I wanted to write something that uplifted me, and make me feel like a boss instead of dwelling on the things that make me sad. You are prone to believe the things you tell yourself and when I look in the mirror and tell myself I don’t like myself, I’m going to believe it. So now I look at myself in the mirror and talk myself up and it works. Pep is this dichotomy of uplifting boss bitch lyrics on a backdrop of cynicism and misery.”
Dave Valentine and Tom Losito, formerly of the Vaughns, released ‘You With Me’ in February this year.
Dorothy plays the Wellmont Theater in Montclair of April 15. The band’s new album, ‘Gifts from the Holy Ghost’ is out April 22.