Longtime fixtures of the Nashville live music scene, Indianola are ready to hit the road and bring their brand of American Gothic troubadour rock’n’roll to the national stage. The band, led by Owen Beverly (Nicole Atkins, Oh Land) is announcing their debut full-length, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, with a visual glimpse into their dark inspiration. The Orbison-esque “Too Good To Be True” meets its unexpected match in chopped visuals from 1973 campy horror b-movie Messiah of Evil. Such is the vibe of Indianola and the rest of Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye – an homage to the nostalgic, swooning camp of mid-century southern-bred radio hits with a fast-paced, deliberate, electric 2019 update.
Indianola is kicking off the Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye run with a stint at SXSW, continuing on with a month on the road with Shovels & Rope, Frank Turner, and Ruby Boots. See below for details – Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye is out May 10.