Touring alt-folk and alt-americana musicians Eliza Edens (pictured) & Humbird bring their beautiful music to Gallery 263, with support from local musician John Cushing!
Doors at 7:30 PM, music begins at 8:00 PM
All ages, $10 suggested donation.
Born to a gardener & a journalist who would blast The Beatles, Canned Heat, & Peter, Paul and Mary during car rides to-and-from their rural Massachusetts home, it’s fitting that Eliza Edens is a musician who takes an observational approach to the natural world around her. Combining the adventurous fingerpicking of The Tallest Man on Earth, the calm resolve of Laura Marling, and the aching pulse of Bon Iver, Eliza writes tightly wound songs with thoughtful, wistful lyrics and winding melodies that belong somewhere between your tumbledown front porch stoop and a hazy bar in the big city — and leave a little space to linger. She released her debut EP Lowlight in March 2017, and has shared stages with Glenn Echo, Milton, and Sarah Lee Guthrie. The Deli Magazine notes that the EP is “swept up in feathery, bright, buoyant instrumentation, with well-crafted songwriting/melody flourishes.”