Event

Beau

with Belaire's, The Mitras, Tompkins Square
Fri July 22 @ 6:30 PM
Heaven Can Wait
Ages 21 and Up
Additional Info
Beau
NYC alt pop duo Beau (consisting of singer/songwriters Heather Goldin and Emma Jenney), signed to Range Music’s Joint Venture with Virgin Music, make dreamy indie pop that straddles the line between atmospheric '60s folk and frenetic late '70s punk.

Heather and Emma grew up children of painters in Greenwich Village and became fast friends at a young age. Originally calling themselves "The Boos" and playing gigs around NYC, a trip to France inspired a name change to Beau [the masculine term for beautiful in French] and the rest is history. Lead singer Heather sounds like Karen O, dances like Jim Morrison and entrances like Lana Del Rey. Emma is equally captivating, she's the Keith to Heather's Mick.

The duo is now promoting their recently released EP Forever, recorded at the iconic Electric Lady Studios with collaborators Nick Brown (Foster the People, Soccer Mommy, The Knocks) and GRAMMY award winning producers Nicholas Vernhes (War On Drugs) and Andrew Wyatt (Miike Snow).

Belaire's
“Belaire’s” is an Alt-Pop band based in Astoria, New York. The lineup consists of Hans Garcia on Vocals, Shanne Garcia on Drums, Jordan Cappello on Guitar and Juan Calonzo on Bass. The band’s sound blends aspects of Blues, Soul and Pop music, with the atmospheric presence of New Wave Rock. The band’s discography continues to grow as the band has released 2 extended plays and 1 full-length album, the band’s sophomore album, titled "Mint." is set to release June 2021. After touring the United States and the Philippines, the band signed on to Island Records, a sub-label of MCA Universal Music Group for distribution. ‘Beautiful Boy’, the band’s first single off the long-awaited album was met with recognition, along with generous airplay, and was nominated for Best Rock Recording by the Awit Awards. achievements in the music industry. In August of 2021, the band released their sophomore album, "Mint".

The Mitras
Drawing inspiration from garage and punk rock outfits such as Nirvana, The Vines and Team Spirit and blending it with simple, stripped down pop rock like The Strokes, The Vaccines and Tom Petty, The Mitras were born in 2019 with their debut EP "Meet the Mitras" released that same year. The Mitras are a performance forward 3 piece rock band bringing raspy, strained vocals, driving rhythms and screaming guitars to life on stage.

Tompkins Square
Tompkins Square was formed by two brothers, Nathan Blunt, vocals and drums, and Declan Kilroe, lead guitar, in their bedroom on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The two brothers began writing songs during the pandemic and, once they met and jammed with bassist, August Duclos, the three wrote and recorded their debut EP, Grass Is Greener. This teenage trio’s music is raw, pure indie-rock, with melodies to kill, and lyrics that are way deeper than what you’d expect from teenage boys. Dissolution, written as a collaborative effort, is the brutally honest perspective of kids from divorced parents, which all three boys have in common.
Artists
Beau
Belaire's
The Mitras
Tompkins Square