Belaire’s fans have been anxiously craving the band’s long overdue second LP, Resonating Symphony. The band-comprising members from Fancy Feast, Fozlur, and Voxtrot have been composing the album for the last three years, however the time does the album justice. Resonating Symphony does a great job encompassing and harnessing Belaire’s unreplicable sound of upbeat lucid dreams. The album will be free at the release party, and will also be available on 12” vinyl, CD and for download.
Opening up for Belaire is a relatively new pop-rock band, Good Field. Paul Price (The Early Tapes) originally intended for this to be a solo-project but it quickly turned into a collaboration that features current and former band members from The Early Tapes, Coma in Algiers, Brazos and Voxtrot. The band assembled their current members Esteban Cruz, Michael McLeod and Kyle Roberston last summer, when they began to record. In February, Good Field released their self-titled album that sounds like a man reminiscing a painfully beautiful summer. Price’s voice sounds of vintage recordings coming out of a mind with unbearably nostalgic memories.
Kicking off the evening is indie pop-rock band Deep Time, formerly Yellow Fever. Since recently signing with Hardly Art and changing their name, Deep Time has been quickly changing and developing into a more solidified version of their original sound. The band has plans to release a new album on July 10, and are currently planning a West Coast tour.
29th Street Ballroom is located at 2906 Fruth St. off of Guadalupe. Show starts at 9 p.m., cover is $10 and includes a free CD. Click on the links to visit and RSVP to the show post on Facebook or Do512.