WILLIAMSON BROTHERS w/ Late Bloomer, The Great Dying

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WILLIAMSON BROTHERS w/ Late Bloomer, The Great Dying
Thursday, August 12, 2021 9:30 PM
Snug Harbor, Charlotte, NC
  • 18 & over
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  • When: Thursday, Aug 12, 2021 9:30 PM (Doors open at 9:00 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $10.00
  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
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Williamson Brothers:
Adam & Blake Williamson have been playing music together since they were kids. They play bass and drums and tour heavily as part of Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires.

Late Bloomer:
On Late Bloomer's third full length, Waiting, the band have truly come into their own with an achingly human record that explores the crushing uncertainty of adulthood through a mix of hook-driven guitar rock and punk urgency. The album centers on ever-changing perspectives, with all three members contributing to the writing process to utilize their personal narratives, as well as points-of-view completely outside their own. While much of Waiting’s core revolves around the anxiety and confusion of everyday life, sonically the album finds the Charlotte, NC-based band more confident and focused than ever. After honing their sound through their 2013 debut and 2014’s lauded Things Change, the band teamed with producer/engineer Justin Pizzoferreto (Dinosaur Jr, Pixies, Speedy Ortiz) on Waiting. The result effortlessly blends each members’ seemingly disparate influences into a dynamic sound that ranges from roaring to tender—often within the same track. The fuzzy familiarity of college rock effortlessly collides with the intensity of punk and hardcore, all serving to propel the band’s biggest choruses to date.


The Great Dying:
Will Griffith, aka The Great Dying: Mississippi Delta born, songwriter. Will doesn’t see his dark country musings as directly blues influenced. "I want people to celebrate sad music because of its beauty. Sad songs help you laugh at your own sadness.” Punk rock, felt like Will’s blues and was devoid of the phoniness and commercialism that drove tourism in his hometown of Cleveland, MS.