TV Girl opening act Yohuna hits Soundbar in the middle of a creative evolution


Yohuna - BRIAN VU
  • Brian Vu
  • Yohuna
For TV Girl’s upcoming return to the City Beautiful, they’re bringing along Johanne Swanson’s Yohuna as touring support, and the addition of Yohuna’s shoegazey indie hymns has us over the moon. Their upcoming sophomore album Mirroring, a sequel to 2016’s Patientness, shows a band in the midst of a gorgeous creative evolution – even more intriguing considering that the band started off as just skeletal, lo-fi electronics from a solo Swanson. Of the songs released so far, title track “Mirroring” is giving us classic-era 4AD, Marine Girls and Madder Rose vibes. And the single “Rain & Prairie Snow” evinces a cinematic expansion of their sound, with a fuller range of instrumentation, and an incredible emotional pull behind each deliberate note. Crystalline vocals, soft billows of guitar feedback, and bell-like synth patterns? We’re all in.

with TV Girl | 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 15 | Soundbar, 37 W. Pine St. | 407-492-4110 | | $13

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