PHOTOS: Lord Huron, Midnight Sister at House of Blues 04.30.18

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Traditionally, when you think of modern folk rock, you picture bands on sun-drenched festival stages wearing wide brim hats, and singing lighthearted verses with lots of “ooo’s” and “hoo-hahs.” That’s where Lord Huron differs from the norm. Currently out on the road in support of their new album, Vide Noir, Lord Huron made a stop at House of Blues in Boston, MA last night. Neon lights, dark clothing, drum and bass heavy sounds, and a screen projected stage show accompanied them, challenging the usual vibes of indie folk. That’s exactly what Lord Huron are doing with their new album as well, Vide Noir – which means “Black Void” in French sees the band hitting on a darker, more expirimental sound than on previous records. It’s their first record with major label Republic Records and landed at number 10 on the Billboard 200. Last night a sold out crowd turned out at House of Blues to hear Lord Huron as they cross into a new era for their band. Check out photos below, as well as the video for “Wait by the River” from Vide Noir. Also featured are photos from opener Midnight Sister.

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Photos: Lord Huron, Midnight Sister @ House of Blues in Boston, MA on 04/30/18:


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