Sitting down and playing guitar, as well as a kick drum, David Lamb led the band through the set with his growling voice and extremely impressive command of his various instruments. Standing across the stage from Lamb, MorganEve Swain changed between violin, cello and bass to fill out the sound.
With a set full of well-crafted songs, beautiful harmonies and lyrics that crept out from the darker corners of the forest, Brown Bird proved that less is often more.
Local six-piece indie rockers Union Tree Review opened the evening with a set that showcased their use of dynamic shifts throughout their songs. Appearing loose and having fun on stage, UTR turned up their amps and pushed out a set that was warmly received by their loyal fan base.
All photos by Nate Burrell.