Preview: Bully @ U Street Music Hall

Nasvhille indie-grunge band Bully will be playing at the U Street Music Hall on November 15th to promote their newly released albumLosing. Winning critical acclaim with their 2015 debut album Feels Like, Bully’s sound is a unique mixture of sharp, frantic guitar riffs and explosive percussion held together by frontwoman Alicia Bognanno’s signature scratchy yell and melancholic lyrics. Given Bully’s history of energetic performances, their show at U Street promises to be loud, angry, and cathartic.

Brooklyn queer-punk band Aye Nako, whose newest album Silver Haze came out last April, is opening. While songs like “Sissy” are dominated by fast chords and heavy distortion, Aye Nako’s sound also draws heavily on more melodic East Coast bands like Grass Is Green and Speedy Ortiz.

Tickets are eighteen dollars a piece, with doors opening at 7:00 PM. It’s guaranteed to be a fun evening, so buy your tickets here.


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Max Keeney

Max Keeney

Max Keeney is a sophomore in the SFS from Kansas City, Missouri (the side of the state line that's usually less of a national embarrassment). Outside of music, he follows Sporting KC belligerently and has a burning love for Gerso Fernandes. His favorite bands include the Orwells, FIDLAR, Wavves and Together PANGEA, but he's interested in anything surf-punky, especially if it's midwestern. Max does not believe that Belgium exists.

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