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Rick Ross, Jeezy & Future
BB&T Center (Formerly BankAtlantic Center)
May 23 2015
May 24 2015
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The indie rock band, Futurebirds that has recently released its new album, Baba Yaga is coming soon to your city for a live concert. Their high energy shows and country rock infused sound has earned Futurebirds an amazing fan following in the past five years of their career. The body of the band includes six talented musicians who are ready to give you all a memorable event. If you’re bored and looking for fun, get your Future tickets as soon as possible.
Known for extensively touring across the US, Futurebirds became a part of the music industry in 2008 and have been providing the fans with amazing music ever since. Some of the instruments that can be heard in their compositions include pedal steel guitar, mandolin, percussion, banjo, electric guitar and drums. Their intense and uplifting music has won the group a rabidly devoted fan base and a reputation as a singularly inspired, bravely unpredictable performing unit. Many critics have described their music as "psychedelic country." In association with Fat Possum and Autumn Tone Records, Futurebirds have released a number of EPs and studio albums so far. Their first musical compilation to the hit the shelves was the self-titled EP, Futurebirds. A critic from a website called PrettyMuchAmazing wrote in his review that, "Futurebirds EP feels more like a full length, each individual song having the time to reel you in, each unique in its own enjoyable way." Songs like, "Dirty D," "Megachills" and "Breathe for Days" turned out to be the most popular ones. The EP got the band a slow headway into mainstream.
In 2010, Futurebirds were out with their debut studio album, Hampton’s Lullaby. A writer from PopMatters described the record by saying, "this isn’t a high-energy record, but after a listen or two on a rainy day, you may find yourself feeling better, even if you didn’t realize you wanted to." Songs like, "Happy Animals," "Man with no Knees" and "There is No Place for This to Go" received positive reviews from many critics across the US. Following the partial success of the studio album, Futurebirds released their second EP titled, Via Flamina. A critic from an internet publication, Everybody Taste, praised the record by saying, "It doesn't take a genius to realize there's something special brewing within this young band, and thankfully, Via Flamina does its best to capture that sentiment." This time, the band also added a few cover tracks like Stevie Nick’s "Wild Heart" and Chris Isaak’s "Wicked Games." By 2011, Futurebirds were all over the radio and internet also making major tours across the US. They have also been seen multiple times at the very famous, Bonnaroo Music Festival.
After three years of making, Futurebirds have finally released their second studio album, Baba Yaga. The record defies easy categorization, boasting a beguiling blend of warmly catchy tunes, stirringly evocative lyrics, distinctive sonic textures and unexpected melodic twists. Songs like, "Virginia Slims," "Serial Bowls," "Death Awaits" and "St. Summercamp," showcase the band’s indelible melodies, vivid lyrics and vibrant instrumental rapport. All the fans who have been enjoying the new album since its release, can now listen to all their favorite tracks in a live atmosphere. Futurebirds have been promoting the new album since its release in April 2013. They have been seen performing live at several major platforms including Austin City Limits, Wakarusa, Forecastle, Outside Lands and Hangout. Apart from giving away solo performances, Futurebirds have also shared the stage with fellow artists and bands inlcuding Alabama Shakes, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Widespread Panic, Drive-By Truckers and Heartless Bastards.
All the Futurebirds fans looking forward to enjoy the band’s latest compositions can always be a part of their upcoming concerts. If you wish to get your hands on the best seats, delay no more in reserving your Future tickets.