Indie folk band Lord Huron performed at The Chrysalis at Merriweather Post Pavilion recently, and the band’s music truly complemented the mysticism of the new stage-within-a-pavilion in Columbia, Maryland. Jules McNamara took some pix!
Lord Huron’s acclaimed new album Vide Noir — out now on Whispering Pines/Republic Records — debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 chart and continues to receive widespread critical praise.
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“Ben Schneider, who provides much of the wanderlust underlying Los Angeles-based indie-folk group Lord Huron, has a deeply ingrained, near-mystical sense of America’s hidden wilderness, the winding rivers and rugged crags waiting just beyond the cityscape’s electric bustle,” said The Boston Globe.
Added Spin, “Vide Noir adds touches of garage-rock distortion to a narrative of love and fortune found, inspired by classic pulp fiction writers like Raymond Chandler and illuminated by a mysterious emerald glow. It’s the spookiest entry yet in a growing catalog of the atmospheric, the melodic, and the arcane.”
Here are some pictures of Lord Huron performing at The Chrysalis at Merriweather Post Pavilion on July 23, 2019. All photos copyright and courtesy of Jules McNamara.