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After forming a musical bond at the Orange County High School, singer Ryan Hahn, Guitarist Taylor Rice and keys player Kelcey Ayer went on to form Local Natives with drummer Matt Frazier and bassist Andy Hamm in 2008, debuting their vibrant, genre-bending sound with the release of their first album Gorilla Manor in 2009. A decade and a few more record releases later, the quintet hits the road with their latest sound!
Filled with the band's trademark soaring, sunny harmonies and neo-psychedelic grooves, Violet Street went back to the bands collaborative roots, relying on creative input from three songwriters and singers, as well as all five members. This translates to a super tight set when it comes to their live shows, which have a reputation for being high energy occasions that blend dancing with social activism and emotionally charged performances.
Performance date: 12 December 2021
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