For bands, The Savannah Stopover is a way to ease into the festival insanity that is SXSW, and for audiences it's a chance to catch a lot of bands who are on their way Austin, but in a much more laid back atmosphere. Having the fest in Savannah's downtown district, where you can drink on the street and take your beverage with you from venue to venue, is a nice bonus.
Bat Fangs is the newish duo of singer/guitarist Betsy Wright (Ex Hex, Chain and the Gang) and drummer Laura King (Flesh Wounds, Speed Stick). If you like any of their other groups, chances are you'll dig the glammy, riffy hard rock sound they make together.
Now in its seventh year, the Savannah Stopover has been offering music fans and artists a taste of SXSW but at a more civilized pace. Over the course of three days, over 80 bands will play at a dozen or so Savannah venues all of which are within walking distance of each other. Check out who we recommend...
UK band and '90s indie rock lovers Yuck are set to return with Stranger Things on February 26. The first single from the album is "Hearts in Motion" which frontman Max Bloom talks a little about here:"Hearts In Motion" is a song about how we deal with relationships...
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