Lily & The Parlour Tricks, Alice & the Glass Lake

Late Show

Lily & The Parlour Tricks

Alice & the Glass Lake

Mon, March 11, 2013

Doors: 9:00 pm

Mercury Lounge

New York, NY

This event is 21 and over

Lily & The Parlour Tricks - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
Lily & The Parlour Tricks
Lily & The Parlour Tricks has been hailed as "the perfect combo of pretty and gritty" (The Wild Magazine). Heavy doses of angelic 3-part harmony, thundering bass and drums and quicksilver guitar work makes their infectious brand of indie pop sound "50's nostalgic, 90's familiar, and 2020 progressive all at once" (The Most Definitely). The New York City sextet put on a show that shimmers with equal parts of sweltering rock n' roll swagger and sweet storytelling. It's easy to see why Spotify took a shine to their latest single "Requiem" and dubbed it "Vintage pop for the future" - with a subtle nod to the past, the Parlour Tricks are moving swiftly into uncharted territory.
Alice & the Glass Lake - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Alice & the Glass Lake
Alice Lake was raised in Wisconsin where she spent years finding inspiration and solace amongst the trees. It was after a North woods trip to one place in particular, nicknamed The Glass Lake, where Alice’s vision appeared. It is where she would eventually uncover her true voice.

It wouldn’t be until years later though – after experiencing the world through travel and earning a degree in Biology – that Alice would return to the lake with a head full of stories and a readiness to manifest them into song under the moniker Alice and The Glass Lake.

Now based in Brooklyn, NY, Alice and The Glass Lake serves as the vehicle for her escapist vision. The melodies, inspired by echoes through the trees, speak of life’s infallibly honest reflection in the water while hinting at the surreal. Having entered this space in her youth, Alice has emerged now as a honed artist with a clarity and voice completely unique to herself.

Alice released the Glass Lake’s debut EP titled The Evolution this summer at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. The record, along with a performance-based video for her single “Higher”, have been met with crystalline reviews. Pigeons and Planes has listed Alice among the 12 females artists everyone should know and described her voice as an “Aurora Borealis, if it was sound instead of light.” RepeatButton is predicting her to be “the Cosmic Pop Queen of 2013” while Bonnaroo has said her “EP is haunting, lush [and] ambient.”

We’ve arrived at the lake and The Evolution has begun. Follow #theglasslake as its world unfolds.
Venue Information:
Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://mercuryloungenyc.com