Fans of Provo, Utah-based indie rockers The Backseat Lovers are likely beyond excited that the band has currently lapped themselves, tour-wise, with two legs of their current tour already on the books, including more than one stop in a handful of markets, and Philadelphia just happens to be one of those markets. This Wednesday, December 1st, the band will be headlining the 450-capacity Foundry at The Fillmore and February 26th will have them returning to the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection to headline the 1,300-capacity Union Transfer. Although this Wednesday’s show is technically sold out, there are a number of Verified Resale Tickets still available, which I would recommend for fans hoping to catch the band in such an intimate setting.
The Backseat Lovers have already sold out more than 40 headlining dates this year, in addition to their appearances at Lollapalooza, Shaky Knees, Ohana, Life is Beautiful, and Austin City Limits Festival. Earlier this month the band even released Live from the Troubadour, a live album documenting their show earlier this year at the legendary LA venue, boasting a plethora of fan favorites, including “Kilby Girl,” their breakthrough single, reminiscent of summertime jams of the mid-’90s alt rock persuasion, which remains on Spotify’s top 200, with over 75 million streams. The band, who take inspiration from the likes of Cage the Elephant and Radiohead, released their debut LP, When We Were Friends, in 2019 and are currently in the studio (when not on tour) recording their sophomore follow-up.
*Get your tickets for The Backseat Lovers December 1st at The Foundry here.
*Get your tickets for The Backseat Lovers February 26th at Union Transfer here.