Hotel Fiction "Staring at the Sun Tour" w/ Home Remedies
Sat Sep 14 8:00 pm
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About This Event

Hotel Fiction is an indie rock band from Athens, Georgia comprised of Jade Long (vocals, keys), Jessica Thompson (vocals, lead guitar), Aaron Daugherty (lead guitar, synth), Aidan Hill (bass), and Gideon Johnston (drums). Their sound has often been described as genre-fluid, with indie,pop, folk, and rock influences. Jade and Jessica began writing, performing, and playing together in January 2019 whilestudents at UGA. In August of that year, Hotel Fiction released their debut single “Astronaut Kids” which received a warm welcome from the indie scene, and went on to amass over 2 million global streams. The band released their debut album Soft Focus in 2021, followed by their EP Enjoy Your Stay in 2022. In 2023, they were a primary feature artist on flipturn’s single “Halfway (Acoustic)”, which has accumulated nearly 1 million streams.
Their music has received recognition from EARMILK, Consequence of Sound, and Early Rising,and been placed on Spotify editorial lists New Noise, wanderlust, Fresh Finds, Acoustic Love,and Fresh Finds Rock: Best of 2022, and All New Rock.
Hotel Fiction has spent the last 3 years heavily touring the US, both headlining and supportingartists like flipturn, The Beaches, SUSTO, Beach Fossils, Adam Melchor, WILLIS, and Sunroom. They played Sister Hazel’s Rock Boat in January 2024, alongside Young the Giant, The Struts,and more.In early 2024, the band supported The Brook & The Bluff on their headline tour. This summer, they will release their highly anticipated sophomore album, followed by a US headline tour.

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Home Remedies is another indie band with love for a wide mix of independent songwriters, always willing to bite off more than they can chew. Just as likely to take cues from The Weakerthans, Elliot Smith, PUP, of Montreal, Alex G, Big Thief or Slaughter Beach, Dog their big blend of sounds and influences are united through confessional lyricism and jittery, hyper-energized performances. After making gentle waves in the DC scene for about a year, Home Remedies recorded their debut studio album “Goodnight Moon” at Headroom Studios in Philadelphia. Born from long summer nights in NJ basements, the songs lean further into both their folk and punk tendencies making a quaint but desperate plea for climate action. The full album is out now!

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