Local Natives are one of the finest indie rock acts to emerge from LA in recent memory, consistently delivering the goods ever since capturing the hearts of hipsters everywhere with 2009's Gorilla Manor. The band played together for several years prior to their debut release, and it shows -- their undeniable on-stage chemistry radiates into the crowd as they nail three-part harmonies on "Who Knows Who Cares" and power through extended jam sessions on "Sun Hands". Back on tour Local Natives are set to play a number of dates, treating fans to their thrilling live performances and incredible musicianship.
Four-piece indie rock outfit Local Natives formed during their college years at UCLA, where they collectively lived in a house dubbed “Gorilla Manor” – a name they later used for the title of their 2009 debut album. The release featured fan-favorites like “Who Knows Who Cares” and “Wide Eyes” and earned major acclaim from music critics and fans alike. Since then they’ve toured with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, played a number of festivals around the world, and released their 2013 sophomore LP Hummingbird, a Top 20 hit on the Billboard 200. Local Natives are ready to rock as they hit the road for a string of highly anticipated shows where they'll treat fans to beloved songs from Gorilla Manor along with new material.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Another outstanding show from this great band. My fourth time seeing them, and they always wow me with their incredible talent. "
"Totally, completely and fantastically amazing!!! I expected a good show and it was completely beyond!!! Its 5 days later and I am still floating on my post concert high!"
"They put on a great show, fun to watch. They definitely know how to jam out while playing every song...Would love to see them again!"