This past Saturday night was a special night in Atlanta, as Deer Bear Wolf gathered three of Atlanta’s finest at the gorgeous Terminal West to celebrate the release of Book of Colors highly anticipated self titled debut album.
First up at the packed out Terminal West was indie rockers Hello Ocho, whose working on the follow up to their great 2013 self titled debut album. The experimental band brings a little funk to their psych rock and Saturday night had the crowd looking towards their sophomore release.
Up next, Book of Colors celebrated the release of their debut album, released in early February via Deer Bear Wolf, with friends and family there to see André Paraguassu croon alongside his psychedelic folk band. With 15 musicians including members of Little Tybee, Faun and a Pan Flute, Hello Ocho, Adron, and more playing on the Book of Colors debut, the band had plenty of support within the Atlanta community for their brilliant debut and paired nicely with their friends on the Terminal West stage.
Little Tybee closed down the show after just announcing last week, their self titled fourth album, which they are expected to self release this summer. The progressive psych folk band have long been favorites of live music enthusiasts in their hometown of Atlanta, the Southeast, and around the country, playing another crowd pleasing set. There’s never a bad time to see Little Tybee live. Preorder their new album and contribute to their Kickstarter here.
All Photos By John McNicholas