Seven Lions (Photo courtesy Rephlektor)
California DJ Seven Lions, born Jeff Montalvo, has had a busy year! At the beginning of the year, he established his own record label, Ophelia, and promptly released the single “Calling You Home.” He released a bunch more music throughout the year, and he’s coming to play at Echostage on Saturday, Nov. 17.
Young the Giant (Photo by Wesley Yen)
Young the Giant released their new album Mirror Master last month via Elektra Records, and now they are ready to storm The Anthem on Friday, Nov. 16.
The Joy Formidable (Photo courtesy The Press House)
The Joy Formidable released Aaarth, their fourth studio album, in September via Seradom. And the Welsh trio promise a party when they bring the new songs to the Black Cat on Saturday, Nov. 10!
Loi Loi performs at Comet Ping Pong on April 6, 2018. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)
[Editor’s Note: We’ve learned the Loi Loi album release has been pushed back to 2019! We’ve updated this post accordingly.]
DC’s own hometown synthpop group Loi Loi will celebrate the release of a new single at Union Stage on Saturday, Nov. 10, opening Bright Light Bright Light.
Lake Street Dive (Photo by Shervin Lainez)
Folky soul band Lake Street Dive released a new album Free Yourself Up, their sixth studio record, in May via Nonesuch Records. The band performs at The Anthem on Friday, Nov. 9.
Lettuce (Photo courtesy the band)
Boston funk band Lettuce released a live album, Witches Stew, in 2017, and the sextet are arriving to play live at The Anthem on Saturday, Nov. 3, along with special guests Waka Flocka Flame and Marcus King (and opener Turkuaz)!
The Twilight Sad (Photo courtesy Clarion Call)
The Twilight Sad will release It Won’t Be Like This All the Time, the band’s fifth studio album, in January via Rock Action Records. The Scottish rockers are touring in advance of the record, and they perform at U Street Music Hall on Saturday, Nov. 3.