Indie rock singer/songwriter Bartees Strange has already made a major splash in the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection this year, with an April show supporting Car Seat Headrest at Franklin Music Hall and a September appearance at WXPN’s XPoNential Music Festival in Camden. However, the DC-based musician is currently on his first-ever headlining tour and has a nearly-sold-out show this Friday, November 18th, at The Foundry at The Fillmore. This June 4AD released Bartees Strange’s second LP, Farm To Table, which prompted Rolling Stone – in a 4.5-star review – to call him, “One of the most riveting voices in rock and beyond,” and Pitchfork to proclaim, “Only a fool would doubt him.” Although his show this Friday isn’t yet sold-out, The Foundry’s website warns that tickets are, “running low,” so I would highly recommend getting them while you can. I would also recommend getting there early, as support duties are being handled by neo-grunge phenoms Pom Pom Squad and buzzy rockers Spring Silver, both of whom are well worth checking out. Get your tickets below, check out Bartees Strange’s recent music video for “Wretched,” and read my November 2021 chat with Pom Pom Squad’s Mia Berrin.
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