The Soft White Sixties are one of the best live acts currently residing in Los Angeles, and they’re kicking off 2018 with a local gig at The Echo!
The show will take place Thursday, January 18 and will double as a release gig for a new 7″ single from the band. They’ve released a couple of EPs since their last full-length, 2013’s Get Right. This is a band that sounds excellent on record, but has to be seen live to be fully appreciated.
The new song “Brick By Brick” is fantastic and we look forward to hearing some more new tunes in the new year from the Soft White Sixties.
The bill also features a spectacular undercard. Veronica Bianqui is one of LA’s most promising rising talents. Guards is a NY indie pop band featuring Richie James Follin. Follin has been a member of a number of highly-regarded acts, including a touring member of Cults, a band fronted by Follin’s younger sister Madeline.
Tickets to see the Soft White Sixties at The Echo on January 18 are priced at $9.50 in advance and $12.00 on the day of the show and are on sale now. A portion from every ticket and vinyl sold benefits the Central American Resource Center, a local organization that provides immigrant integration programs, immigration legal services, and fosters civic participation and community engagement on immigration policy, education reform, and workers’ rights. Doors open at 8:30 PM and the event is 18-and-over.