Saints Apollo, will play on the Deep South stage this Saturday, August 30. This harmonious band will be joined by The Roman Spring, Dark Water Rising, and Ryan K. Hamlin for a stellar lineup.
Since the band developed in 2011, they have played all over the
Triangle, including the noteworthy Hopscotch Festival. Saints Apollo
mixes indie and folk sounds with the angelic harmonies of Jonathan Koo,
violinist Autumn Brand, cello player Kaitlin Grady, drummer Andrew
Fetch, and Rachel Broadbent on the keys.
During a Saints Apollo show, one can expect to experience an array of emotions. Upbeat songs like "Hashin it Out" and "Ain't Lyin" are sure to induce dancing, while more serious tunes such as "This Lie" and "Warning Signs"
discuss relationship woes that most people have suffered through at some point. The variety
provided ensures that every soul will be able to connect with this raw
Regardless of your flavor of music, Saints
Apollo is a talented and passionate act worth your time. Check out
their first full album, We are Ghosts, and keep track of upcoming shows by visiting their website. The show is a very affordable $8 and begins at 9.
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