Fragile, daydreaming harmonies. Swirling synths that spin and spin until they fall down dizzy. Steady-galloping drums that coolly pass you by. These Midwestern boys have wrapped them all up into rip-your-heart out ballads about getting older but not necessarily happier – songs that capture the old joy of classic records and do-nothing days, and the ache of knowing they’re mostly gone. Yes, there’s a good kind of sadness, and this is what it sounds like. Rolling Stone
Lions & Lambs’ dark undertones promise an ironically bright future for the band. Consequence Of Sound
Communist Daughter makes their long-awaited Cedar debut, aided and abetted by Kevin Bowe + The Okemah Prophets. Communist Daughter have been making waves nationally with their album Something Wicked This Way Comes and follow-up EP Lions and Lambs, diving deep into the murky waters of addiction and recovery. This year, they have been working on their follow-up album, expected to be released in the fall, with Kevin as producer, so it is a reasonable prediction that you'll get to hear plenty of material from the new album at tonight's show.
The Cedar is an all ages venue. Students with ID, seniors over 65, and children under 12 may purchase tickets at a discount at the door.