Indie-psych rockers Woods will return to Chicago for a show at Empty Bottle in July. Combining stellar songwriting with distinctive vocals and talented guitar rock, this is a fantastic opportunity to see the band in an intimate setting.
What We Say
The foundations of Brooklyn’s WOODS lie in the small rear-house apartment bedroom of Jeremy Earl, who took to recording his eerily somber acoustic songs in 2005 as little more than a humble personal outlet. After two early albums and several singles which saw Earl still honing his sound, Woods released Songs of Shame in 2009 to widespread critical acclaim and offered the band a chance to develop their live sound on the back of a massive touring schedule.WOODS' latest album, Love is Love was written and recorded in the two months immediately following the election, but it’s not a record borne entirely of angry, knee-jerk reaction to what America is becoming. Instead, it’s a meditation on love, and on what life means now.
Woods perform "Bend Beyond" in an outdoor setting.