Grouplove to Perform at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas October 5

Grouplove to Perform at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas October 5
Grouplove
is touring in support of their highly anticipated third studio album, entitled “Big Mess,” out Friday, Sept. 9, that includes the single, “Welcome To Your Life.” (Photo © Erik Kabik / www.ErikKabik.com). 

“Welcome To Your Life” by Grouplove
httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ng8cDzyktEY

Recorded in Los Angeles and Seattle with producers Captain Cuts (Grouplove’s own Ryan Rabin) and Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, Band of Horses, The Shins), “Big Mess” features the signature anthemic choruses and infectious hooks that first brought the Los Angeles quintet to prominence through hits like “Tongue Tied,” “Colours,” and “Ways To Go.”

Grouplove to Perform at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas October 5
Grouplove to Perform at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas October 5

Photo credit: James Marcus Haney.

Grouplove is: Christian Zucconi (vocals, guitar), Hannah Hooper (vocals, keys), Sean Gadd (bass, vocals), Andrew Wessen (guitar, vocals) and Rabin (drums).

MUNA: Founded by Katie Gavin (lead vocals and production), Naomi McPherson (production, rhythm guitar, synths and vocals) and Josette Maskin (lead guitar and vocals), MUNA is a dark pop girl band based in Los Angeles, blending the brooding sensuality of R&B, rhythms of funk, and audacity of synthpop with raw, unbridled lyricism. The trio have written, recorded and self-produced all of their releases to date from bedrooms in Los Angeles and New York.

Dilly Dally: Canadian recording artists Dilly Dally hail from Toronto, Ontario. The quartet’s debut album “Sore” premiered on Oct. 9, 2015 and was met with critical acclaim. The band – Katie Monks (vocals, gutar), Liz Balll (lead guitar), Jimmy Tony (bass) and Benjamin Reinhartz (drums) – formed when Monks and Ball met in high schoool. Twelve years after formation, the group is going strong and building momentum.

Grouplove – The Big Mess Tour with MUNA and Dilly Dally
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
Wednesday, Oct. 5
8 p.m.; Doors at 7 p.m.
Tickets: $28.50