Concert Preview: Joywave at Blue Hill Banks Pavilion in Boston, MA

20448930_10154853212043575_71212755717862682_oIf you know anything about the alternative rock scene then you are sure to have heard of Joywave. Joywave is a five-piece band from New York, known for their electrifying music and repetitive, infectious basslines. If you haven’t yet had the chance to get a taste of Joywave then now is your chance because they are currently touring with Young the Giant and Cold War Kids. The Home of the Strange tour, headlined by the leading professionals of the alternative music scene, Young the Giant kicked off August 11th and goes until October 5th, tracing from west to east coast. Coming off of the release of their second album in late July, this tour is sure to be a great time and the chance to get a proper introduction to the exhilarating music Joywave produces. On September 14th, the tour hits Boston, MA at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion where Joywave are sure to present another stunning performance delivering songs from their latest album Content as well as their first LP, How Do You Feel Now. The show starts this Friday at 7:00 and will persist rain or shine at the outdoor venue. There’s no better way to start the school year than with this band that is sure to sweep fans, new and old, off their feet. Tickets can be found on Live Nation here. If you are unable to attend the show be sure to follow our Instagram here where we will livestream the event so any followers who want to hear Joywave can. The rest of Joywave’s tour dates can be found on their website or Facebook page. Be sure to catch Joywave on this tour while you can because their next project is sure to be even more legendary.

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