RESCHEDULED: Fern Murphy Album Release @ HI-FI
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RESCHEDULED: FERN MURPHY ALBUM RELEASE W/ SUNGAZE @ HI-FI INDIANAPOLIS
DOORS: 8:00 PM, SHOW: 9:00 PM
GENERAL ADMISSION, LIMITED SEATING.
AGE RESTRICTIONS: 21+
ALL TICKETS ARE NON TRANSFERABLE AND NON REFUNDABLE. SUPPORT ACTS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
Fern Murphy's Indianapolis date at HI-FI has been rescheduled for Friday December 10, 2021. All tickets purchased for the original date will be honored on the rescheduled date. Please direct any questions to email@example.com. You can follow our ongoing list of affected shows here: http://bit.ly/mokb-hifi-
HEALTH CHECK REQUIRED: Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours or negative Antigen test within 6 hours. Face coverings are strongly encouraged for all attendees.
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If these requirements prevent you from attending, contact our Box Office for refund options prior to the show.
About Fern Murphy
An Indianapolis-based, Shoe Gaze trio, Fern Murphy developed their distinct sound by meticulously arranging elements of Shoe Gaze, Dream Pop, and Experimental Music to create an amalgam of lush and vivid soundscapes. The band’s debut EP, Gringo Love, was highly acclaimed for its ability to transcend listeners into a nostalgic introspection. Fern Murphy’s upcoming album, Violet Hours, is a unique extension of this style of writing, delving deeper into the realm of surrealism with its use of experimental sound manipulation and complex subject matter.
Sungaze is an American Dreamgaze band from Cincinnati, Ohio.
Their signature sound lends itself quite equally to the realms of shoegaze, neo-psychedelia and dream pop, with an unmistakable western flair reminiscent of some of the popular singer-songwriters of the 60’s.
The band centers around the relationship and dynamic of husband and wife duo Ian Hilvert and Ivory Snow, though it was not the original vision. In its early days, before it had a name, Sungaze was the bedroom recording project of Hilvert, who, having recently left his long-time metal band, was looking to try his hand at writing more dreamy and introspective material. Snow joined the band as a temporary keyboardist, but as the group played more shows, her influence on the band grew and helped to propel them forward into stronger and more confident songwriting. This ultimately gave way to Snow and Hilvert writing collaboratively and sharing lead vocal duties—resulting in a fluid mixture of each member’s artistic influences and a distinct sound entirely their own.