LO-FI: Stay Outside
STAY OUTSIDE W/ BROTHER MOSES @ LO-FI LOUNGE INDIANAPOLIS
DOORS: 7:00 PM, SHOW: 8:00 PM
AGE RESTRICTIONS: 21+
GENERAL ADMISSION, LIMITED SEATING
– Due to events happening in HI-FI and LO-FI Lounge during the same time, LO-FI door, show and set times are subject to change. We try to avoid this but want to make sure artists in both rooms experience minimal sound conflicts. If a change occurs, we will message all attendees immediately.
– All tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable with the exception of event cancellation or time change by venue.
– Support acts are subject to change.
Indiana’s Stay Outside make explosive, driving indie rock. Formed in 2016, childhood friends Aaron Becker (Guitar/Vocals) and Garrett Johnston (Guitar) forged an upbeat and hopeful indie rock sound influenced by alt-rock greats such as The Killers, Manchester Orchestra, or Kings of Leon.
In 2016 Stay Outside released their debut album, Okay For Now. With the addition of Sean West (Bass) and Noah Mitchener (Drums), Stay Outside has been making waves throughout the heartland captivating audiences with compelling live performances and thoroughly honest songwriting.
Brother Moses was formed in 2014 by a group of friends who wanted to try and find a place for themselves in the small-but-vibrant Fayetteville, Arkansas music scene. Childhood friends and college roommates James Lockhart and Moses Gomez wrote songs in their spare room and showed them to friends and fellow University of Arkansas student John-Lewis Anderson, who invited them to play an annual Halloween house party they hosted. The experience bonded the band together and with a later addition of drummer Corey Dill, Brother Moses was born and set out to recreate the spirit of that night over and over.
Their first official release, the sun-soaked, blissed-out Legends, took that spirit and condensed it into six songs that showcased the intertwined guitar work of Anderson and Gomez and the relentlessly catchy hooks of frontman James Lockhart. Produced and recorded by Raymond Richards (Local Natives, LCD Soundsystem). the record quickly turned the house parties into sold-out shows, and the group of friends into a creative unit that sought to make something uniquely their own.