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Maude Latour has had a whirlwind few years. The 23-year-old singer/songwriter signed her first record deal, graduated from Columbia University, amassed a passionate fanbase, and appeared on the cover of the Chicago Tribune and in the pages of The New York Times. The whole time, she’s been honing her craft, pushing herself to tackle uncomfortable truths and blow open the idea of what a pop song can be. Latour began writing songs at 15. Then, years later, at the beginning of the pandemic, “One More Weekend” went viral, and she signed with Warner Records the next year. Her latest string of EPs – 001 and most recently, Twin Flame – capture Maude at a turning point, winning over fans and critics alike from the likes of NPR, Rolling Stone, Billboard, and V Magazine, to name a few. Always on the hunt to challenge herself musically and philosophically, Maude’s music exists on the edge of possibility — and she invites audiences to join her.
Devon Again is a 22-year-old artist spearheading her own sect of alt-pop anarchy. The Colorado-born, blue-haired renegade broke into the LA music scene with her 2021 single, “Suburbia,” and has since hit the ground running with a colorfully left-of-center discography. Devon Again’s R&B melodies meet electronic production for a pop sound with an edge of grit - one that is undeniably, uniquely her own.
A live show with Devon Again is like a trip to an indie-pop rage room: the line between laughing and crying blurs in the mad therapy of her music. You can expect to see a toilet bowl centerpiece accompanying the charismatically cynical artist on stage, an ode to her debut EP, PEE, and a doll head mascot with a suspicious likeness to Devon herself.
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