Photos & Review By: Chapin Patel
Daddy Issues opened up the stage on Wednesday night in Austin! They had an amazing & wonderful energy. I really enjoyed watching the Nashville trio play some of my favorite songs such as In Your Head & Locked Out ! I really enjoy seeing talented musicians live and these women were no exception! Check them out on their tour with Foxing & Now, Now.
Check out their music here!
Minnesota duo, Now, Now consists of vocalist KC Dalanger & drummer Brad Hale. The genre of music the pair create can be described as 90’s inspired emo-pop dream. On Wednesday night, fans chanted the bands name over and over and erupted into cheers when the duo made their way on stage. Kc climbed up onto the platform infront of the stage and interacted with the crowd. She smiled and held some of their hands while singing favorites off of Saved. Now, Now had the crowd singing and dancing to their dreamy music. Overall, I really enjoyed the music and the band’s effort to interact with the crowd. I look forward to the next time I get to see them perform.
Foxing can be described as a symphony of vulnerability. The lyrics are passionate and almost feel like a Freudian slip of sorts. Vocalist, Conor Murphy cries out for help in the song “Nearer My God” and you can’t help but resonate with his pain and his emotions. The songs are driven by brooding drums with intricate synth lines that find a common ground of just enough chaos to balance out the calm.
Foxing have made strides to prove that they are more than their last albums painted them. They prove time and time again that they are changing and have many facets sonically. Foxing is a healthy house plant with many different leaves and flowers that have bloomed and will continue to bloom in shapes and sizes this world has not yet seen.
You can grab tickets to catch Now, Now & Foxing with Daddy Issues on their upcoming tour dates below: