About The Event
From their humble beginnings as a local Nashville indie rock band, Boyscott leapt to sudden fame on the strength of their 2015 debut, the multi-million streaming hit album Goose Bumps. The LP’s upbeat, rhythm-heavy songs liberally reference lead singer and band founder Scott Hermo’s love for art pop groups like Dirty Projectors, Modest Mouse, and Vampire Weekend. Originally recorded by Hermo and a coterie of school friends, the group’s touring incarnation enlisted a rotating cast of musicians, including Davey Alaimo of Bunny Boy, Noah Dardaris of Another Michael, and Emma Willer of Slumbers. Having built up an organic fanbase on the road, the band’s long-awaited second album was unfortunately derailed by COVID. Now, following capacity-crowd performances at popular NYC dance clubs Baby’s All Right and Elsewhere, and the release of their new single “After Dark,” Boyscott is excited to celebrate their sophomore album with a concert debut at Lincoln Center.
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Images: Boyscott / courtesy of Lincoln Center