Mammoth Indigo starts 2014 winter tour at Emerald Lounge

Press release


Mammoth Indigo, out of Harrisonburg, VA will be starting their 2014 winter tour in Asheville, NC at The Emerald Lounge.

This brand new, up and coming, alternative indie rock band is embarking on their second US tour promoting their independently released, debut album. This group has secured meetings with representatives from Columbia Records and has met with journalists from Pitchfork Media. “Rapture,” their debut single, has garnered both national and international acclaim being featured and reviewed on music blogs across the world. The track, “No Mothers,” was selected as one of the best releases from Virginia in 2013 by WNRN. The band has impressed audiences with their energetic and heart-breakingly, and unavoidably visceral live performances. With their double drumming, three-part harmonies, and infectiously deep lyrics; this heavy-hitting, four-piece project will move you. Hard to believe this band is only 6 months old.

Tour Dates:

JANUARY
· 17 – Asheville, NC – The Emerald Lounge
· 18 – Jamestown, NC – Turntable
· 20 – Athens, GA – Caledonia Lounge
· 21 – Fayetteville, NC – Rock Shop Music Hall
· 22 – Raleigh, NC – The Pour House
· 23 – Fayetteville, NC – Drunk Horse Pub
· 24 – Philadelphia, PA – Drexel University
· 25 – Harrisonburg, VA – The Blue Nile
· 27 – Washington DC – The Velvet Lounge
· 29 – Philadelphia, PA – The Grape Room
· 30 – Brooklyn, NY – The Flat
· 31 – Utica, NY – The DEV
FEBRUARY
· 1 – Manhattan, NY – Piano’s
· 2 – Philadelphia, PA – Hodge Podge
· 7 – Muncie, IN – Be Here Now
· 8 – Chicago, IL – The Abbey
· 10 – Cleveland, OH – Wilbert’s
· 12 – Pittsburgh, PA – Garfield Artworks
· 13 – Baltimore, MD – Sidebar Tavern
· 14 – Washington DC – Tree House Lounge
· 15 – Richmond, VA – The Canal Club
· 16 – Harrisonburg, VA – The Artful Dodger

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