As June begins in Denver, the atmosphere is charged with summer excitement! This vibrant energy found its perfect match at Larimer Lounge, where Kacy Hill delivered an intimate yet electrifying performance. πŸ’–

The Phoenix-born singer-songwriter, renowned for her ethereal blend of folky-indie-dream-alt-R&B-pop, captivated the Denver audience on this stop of her “The Bug Tour,” promoting her recently released album, BUG. πŸͺ²

Show Details

🎀 Headliner: Kacy Hill
🎸 Opening Act: Hamond, Anna May
πŸ“… Date: 6/5/2024
πŸ“ Location: Denver, CO
πŸ”Š Venue: Larimer Lounge
πŸ“’ Promoter: Larimer Lounge
πŸ“Έ Photographer: Amanda Hoodak

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Kacy Hill’s setlist beautifully balanced tracks from her latest album, BUG, with some of her earlier hits. The crowd was immediately drawn in with the opening notes of “No One,” a song that sets a serene scene of domestic bliss but with an undercurrent of introspective tension. Hill’s ethereal voice filled the room, creating an almost otherworldly atmosphere that perfectly matched the song’s dreamy melody.

The energy in the room peaked with “Damn,” a track that showcases Hill’s talent for crafting catchy yet emotionally-charged pop songs. Her performance of this song was compelling, resonating deeply with the audience as she sang about the complexities of communication and longing in a relationship.

A Personal Touch

Hill’s interaction with the audience was warm and genuine throughout the night. Hill’s wit shone through as she recounted working with Kanye West’s GOOD Music label before moving to Nettwerk, where she released her latest album.

In a particularly poignant moment, Hill was literally moved to tears. The band’s tight, polished accompaniment provided the perfect backdrop for Hill’s evocative lyrics and melodies.

A Promising Future

As Hill continues “The Bug Tour,” it’s clear that she is an artist in her prime, confidently exploring new sonic territories while staying true to her roots. Fans and new listeners alike should keep an eye on Kacy Hill, as her journey through music promises many more captivating moments.

For those who missed this incredible performance, check out the pictures below and catch Kacy Hill at one of her upcoming shows. Her tour dates and more information can be found on her official website.

Listen to Bug

Engaging Openers: Hamond and Anna May

The night began with captivating performances from the openers, Hamond and Anna May, who set the stage perfectly for Kacy Hill.


Hamond, a multi-talented artist from Houston, Texas, brought his unique blend of genres to the stage. As a multi-instrumentalist, producer, singer, and songwriter, Hamond’s music defies easy categorization, drawing from a rich tapestry of influences, including classic singer-songwriter traditions, R&B balladry, indie rock, and electronic music.

Anna May

Anna May, a singer-songwriter from Waterford, Connecticut, kicked things off with a soulful and introspective performance. Her lush, passionate vocals and thoughtful lyrics captivated the audience, blending folk, indie, and pop elements into a hauntingly beautiful sound.

Anna May’s presence on stage added an intimate and raw honesty to the evening, making her performance a memorable prelude to Hill’s set​​​​.

Meet The Photographer

Stay tuned to Soundboard for more reviews, photos, and insights into Denver’s vibrant music scene. πŸ’–πŸŽ€πŸ€˜

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