Holiday show features “Pompeii” hitmakers Bastille, alt-rock vets Silversun Pickups, and SoCal punk rockers FIDLAR
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X107.5 Holiday Havoc 2015
Bastille: With an indie-pop sound that summons the slick synth-pop of the ’80s and contains lyrical allusions to TV’s Twin Peaks, singer/songwriter Dan Smith’s solo project turned four-piece blew up like Mount Vesuvius with the arena-ready single “Pompeii” and the multi-platinum debut album Bad Blood.
Silversun Pickups: L.A.’s venerable troupe of stargazing, shoegazing, and everything in-between gazing rockers first caught ears with the dreamily distorted Big Muff stomper “Lazy Eye” in 2006, and gave fans their most recent album, Better Nature, earlier this year.
FIDLAR: The L.A. skatepunk foursome FIDLAR arrived with SoCal punk rock on the brain and 40 ouncers in hand, garnering nationwide attention for their self-titled debut and touring with the likes of Wavves, Pixies, and The Hives.
The Moth & The Flame: Former Imagine Dragons drummer Andrew Tolman teams with singer/guitarist Brandon Robbins and keyboardist Mark Garbett to showcase deft alt-rock songwriting, most recently on this year’s Young & Unafraid EP featuring a single of the same name.