Hot Show Alert: The Mowgli’s make their way to Boston tomorrow on the “Making Friends” tour!

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Hot Show Alert: The Mowgli’s make their way to Boston tomorrow on  the “Making Friends” tour!

With those first few days of warmth on the horizon, a band that is forever bringing the sunshine, The Mowgli’s will be bringing the “Making Friends” tour to Boston tomorrow! The band is co-headlining the run with Jukebox the Ghost and bringing along Twin XL for the ride. With these three bands in one room, it’s sure to be one of the most positive, safe space shows the city could ever imagine. Both Jukebox and The Mowgli’s have been around for the same amount of time or so and have only kept growing with each release!

Despite not meeting before the tour, Katie Earl made it clear that the tour couldn’t be  more aptly titled, ‘The first time we ever met Jukebox was the first day of tour and we are sharing a bus with them, so the name of the tour was wishful thinking. It worked! They are amazing guys who we definitely consider new friends.’

With their latest EP “American Feelings” still super fresh, it’s sure to be part of the set but their performance  will likely feature the non stop hits parade that their albums have produced in the indie scene. But “American Feelings” is special. It was an EP that really came to life when seeing the fans reactions to their shows and engaging in  personal one on one interactions with them. ‘The art we make is a reflection of who we are and what we’ve experienced. Everyone we meet becomes a part of us so our fans are a part of everything we do’, said Earl.

Limited tickets are still available online for the show tomorrow but jump on them, you don’t want to miss out on this great lineup! Doors are at 7:00  with the show kicking off at 7:45 with Twin XL. You can find tickets here!

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Colleen has been writing about music since 2009. Interviewing bands since the glory days of Warped and has continued to do so for now over fourteen years. As well as doing freelance for other publications, the love for everything rock continues today.