The Lonesome Heroes’ Tuesday Night Shows at 29th St. Ballroom
Landry McMeans and Rich Russell formed The Lonesome Heroes in 2005. As they progressed in their songwriting, it became apparent that they weren’t confined to an alt.-country comfort zone. And with the release of their new album last summer, it seemed as though the duo had written the perfect soundtrack to a faraway dream on a long stretch of highway.
Daydream Western feels as though it’s tailor-made for that kind of journey, sweeping across the desert, haunted by past loves. It’s Western Americana, a cross-pollination of rock, folk and country with psych and indie pop – influences from their Texas and Brooklyn backgrounds. It’s the soundscape that occurs when indie rock and country artfully cross paths, rich with acoustic guitar, steel, and vocals from McMeans and Russell.
The Lonesome Heroes have a couple of shows remaining in their Tuesday night residency at the 29th St. Ballroom, 2906 Fruth. That’s where you can see them tonight at 11 p.m., and on November 29th. It’s a late show but well worth staying up for. Recommended.