Briston Maroney desires to take you to paradise: The singer-songwriter has curated a two-night pageant set to go down this November at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville, the place he’ll give headlining performances preceded by Indigo De Souza, The Greeting Committee, Sunflower Bean, and extra. To mark the event, Maroney has shared a brand new single additionally known as “Paradise” at this time.
Maroney — who’s primarily based in Nashville — partnered with native charities for his Paradise pageant, which takes place November third and 4th. He’ll headline each nights, whereas followers can even catch MICHELLE, Annie DiRusso, and Cece Coakley.
“Paradise,” the music, is a becoming pattern of the kind of enjoyable followers can count on on the fest. Written by Maroney with manufacturing from Andrew Sarlo (Huge Thief, Bon Iver, Dijon), the rousing pop-rock observe envisions a life freed from mundanities: “How simple wouldn’t it be to place the nine-to-five behind/ A sandcastle royalty and 7 seas of heaven shinin’?” Maroney hollers on the shiny refrain.
Tickets for Maroney’s Paradise go on sale this Wednesday, July thirteenth at 11:00 a.m. ET; you may get yours at Ticketmaster. See the pageant poster and take heed to “Paradise” under.
In case you can’t get to Nashville to catch Maroney at Paradise, he’s additionally headed on a tour throughout North America and Europe this fall via 2022, together with his look at Bonnaroo. Final 12 months, he launched his debut album Sunflower.