We are super thrilled to be presenting Los Angeles indie-folk act The Lonely Wild along with The Lower Caves and Honey Locust on Friday, 10/11 at Exit/In. It’s going to be an amazing night of music, and I hope you’ll be there to join Emily and I for great tunes and cheap tequila. The Lonely Wild are no strangers to Nashville: they’ve graced many local stages, jumped around the Parthenon and found a home at Thirty Tigers (plus, vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Jessi Williams used to live here, so there you go). If you missed them in September opening for Phosphorescent, now’s your chance to catch them back in town.
In fact, “we really feel like Nashville is our second home,” says The Lonely Wild’s Ryan Ross.
Flip through the circle gallery below to see what the band is most looking forward to this time in town before they head off to CMJ (us too!), and view some of their favorite images from local gigs past.
And stream their album, The Sun As It Comes, here.