Why See Judah and the Lion?
Pep talks tour
The musical city of Nashville is synonymous with country music, yet fun-loving alt-folk-pop trio Judah and The Lion burst out of their hometown with a genre-bending sound in 2011, mixing an upbeat flurry of folksy mandolin, hip-hop beats, driving rock and roll drums and deftly-written pop mega hooks. Don't miss them as they continue to spread uplifting party vibes on the Pep Talks Worldwide Tour in 2019!
The trio's third album (also entitled Pep Talks), released in the May of 2019, follows the bands two previous chart-topping albums, Kid These Days (2014) and Folk Hop n' Roll (2016), both of which hit the top of US Folk Charts. Judah and the Lion have already released five tracks from their forthcoming album, "Why Did You Run", "Quarter-Life Crisis", "Over My Head", including their collaboration with Kacey Musgraves "Pictures".
With a sterling track record, the young band continue to go from strength to strength, we can't wait to see what the future lies in store for Judah and The Lion!
Performance date: 13 September 2019
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