With Grizzly Bear and Karen Elson
After just two albums for Sub Pop, Band of Horses became one of the more trusted names in country-touched indie-rock—and seemingly one of the most licensed bands around, particularly their breakout hit “The Funeral.” Now that they’ve left Sub Pop and answered the call from Columbia with their May release of third album “Infinite Arms”, critics are saying they could leave behind Fleet Foxes–sized fame for Kings of Leon levels of ubiquity. Well, this sold out show at the now ticketed Williamsburg Waterfront is clearly a move in that direction. With Grizzly Bear and Karen Elson.
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