by Lauren Rosier
Indie folk/alternative Boston-based trio, Tall Heights, and Vermont-based singer/songwriter, Henry Jamison, played to an intimate, attentive crowd of music lovers last night at the Lizard Lounge (located in the bottom level of the Chameleon Club).
Tall Heights played many tracks from their latest record, Neptune. They also performed some new songs, one of which was only their fourth time performing live. It was a great song – somewhat quirky and unique, while having some elements of alt-J, and some of the incredible folk music out of New England.
Singer/songwriter Henry Jamison opened his set around 7:30 PM and played tracks from his latest EP, The Rains. He joked that most of his songs are “about a girl”, but he has some that aren’t. Included in his set were the title track, “The Rains”, “Real Peach”, as well as the EP’s opener, “Dallas Love Field.”
Both artists performed a beautiful collection of music that combined the best elements of heartache, love, friendship, and more into songs that can stand the test of time. They’re performing together in Philly tonight at Johnny Brenda’s. Tickets are available now.