The Lone Bellow Announce Free Show to Celebrate New Record
As the Lone Bellow gear up to release their second full-length album, ‘Then Came the Morning,’ the Brooklyn Americana rockers are celebrating in the most New York way possible: with an appearance on the ‘Late Show With David Letterman’ followed by a free concert at the Barnes and Noble bookstore inside the Century Building on East 17th Street (a New York City landmark).
While we don’t know what song the Lone Bellow will unveil on ‘Letterman’ Monday night (Jan. 26), we're still reeling from the two brand new tracks they performed on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' recently -- the blues-soaked ‘Cold as It Is’ and the flat-out rocker ‘Heaven Don’t Call Me Home.' (We’re keeping our fingers crossed that they’ll give fans another taste of the new LP.)
Following the 'Letterman' gig, the Brooklyn trio will commemorate ‘Then Came the Morning’ on Tuesday (Jan. 27) with a free in-store show at Barnes and Noble at Union Square. The concert is set to begin at 7PM ET. You can get more details on the event here.
As we wait to get our hands on ‘Then Came the Morning,’ enjoy the Lone Bellow’s official music video for one of their newest tracks, ‘Fake Roses,’ below: