Vivian Girls and Rubber Tracks

Converse Rubber Tracks sponsors another great night of music at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Vivian Girls headlined a night filled with indie rock goodness and not to mention Brooklyn natives.

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The all-female Heliotropes kicked the night off with in style. In the midst of their spring tour (which is set to blaze through SXSW) the girls warmed our indie rock palette and left us ready to party the whole night.

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Eternal Summers kept the party going with more of a smooth, fun, sing song vibe to their set.  The indie pop rock trio graced us with a couple of new songs and showed the crowd why it won’t be long before these guys are headlining.

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Widowspeak were up next and going into this set I only HEARD good things. I’m proud to report that they are well worth all the hype and more.  Molly Hamilton and company played an approximately 35 minute set and not one song was a bad one…or even lackluster for that matter!

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I heard some rumors about Vivian Girls drinking up all the beer at almost every place that they go to but that’s a story for another day. The girls knew we all came to see them and that we wanted to hear all our favorites. “The End,” “I Believe in Nothing” and one of their latest “I Heard You Say” were all among the set list and had everyone (myself included) losing their minds on a Friday night.

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