Lucius, the ethereal indie pop band fronted by singers Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, returns to MASS MoCA to kick off a national tour with an ambitious new stage show built, rehearsed, and first performed in the Hunter Center.
“Sixties-infused dance rock that gets the crowds on their feet.” — Rolling Stone
Charlie Hickey warms things up with his “earnest indie-pop songs” (Flood Magazine). Hickey’s name is catching fire, last year he made NPR legend Bob Boilen’s top 10 songs of 2021 and his highly anticipated debut album, Nervous At Night, drops May 20 via Pheobe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory Records.
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