Nemes marks their return from September tour with The Lawsuits and Jeremiah Tall by celebrating with an intimate acoustic performance at The Lily Pad in Cambridge, MA. Nowhere in the city provides as much of an intimate vibe as this venue, and the good folks over at Harvard Cider Company will be sponsoring the event.
NEMES is typically known for high-octane, energetic performance, but every once in a while brings the world into its shell, delivering an emotional acoustic performance that plays every one of the heart's strings.
For years, Philadelphia's THE LAWSUITS have been known for a sound that cannot be pigeonholed into one genre. There is something to be said about a band that has been creating music together as long as The Lawsuits have. With that longevity comes a sort of comfort and understanding for both themselves, and the listener. "Moon Son", the band's second full length release, and Randm Records debut, showcases years of blending each other's influences and sounds to create something wholly their own. They have spent their music careers up to this point dipping their toes in multiple sounds and styles to create this very identity. With a nostalgic nod to the greats of the past and a dash of modern productions and self-awareness, laced with sweeping harmonies: this is The Lawsuits.
Inspired by an unwavering love for summers spent in the mountains, along with the tall tales from his youth, JEREMIAH TALL is a one-man show based out of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Tall's tales range from the struggles of finding your feet on an ever-changing landscape to fictional stories of cowboys and the common man’s battle with the devil. A hand painted suitcase converted into a kick drum provides a backbone to his own throwback spin on folk rock.