We first crushed on Grace Potter and the Nocturnals almost a year ago, and needless to say, our infatuation is still going strong. With their bluesy Southern rock-tinged sound, the quintet’s 2010 self-titled album is warm, easy, and instantly familiar- the kind of record that you can have on repeat all day but never gets old.
It’s a true testament to the group’s talent that they can play in front of swarms of people-including 35,000 fans at Bonnaroo- and songs like “Nothing But the Water” and “Apologies” still maintain that same homegrown intimacy as they do blasting from your car windows. That’s a good thing, because with major performances coming up at NYC’s Central Park Summerstage and Grand Point North festival as well as a country collaboration with Kenny Chesney....well, we have the feeling this is only the beginning. We let Grace tell us about the band’s most memorable Bonnaroo moments. Listen to more Grace Potter and the Nocturnals here.
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