At a time when so many artists are looking for ways to connect with their audience, Alt-rock duo Local H have announced a drive-in concert on June 25th at the legendary Harvest Moon Drive-In in Gibson City, IL. Within minutes of the announcement the show was sold out. “Who could’ve predicted that the drive-in movie theater would be the thing to swoop in and save the day? It’s pretty ironic given that we’ve spent the last few decades determined to stamp them out. But I’m a big fan of irony AND drive-ins — so this is kind of a dream come true.” says Local H frontman Scott Lucas. The band, who have been tearing it up on social media since the start of the pandemic when their final 5 shows on the mostly sold out tour with Soul Asylum were cancelled, have been forced to postpone their headline tour planned for this spring along with cancelling multiple festival appearances that were scheduled throughout the summer. More information on the Harvest Moon Drive In is available here.
Earlier this year, Local H shared their latest LP, Lifers on AntiFragile Music. LIFERS Features contributions by an array of respected friends and guests —including Juliana Hatfield, John McCauley of Deer Tick, and legendary rock engineer Steve Albini— LIFERS is the first album from Local H in five years, and the release coincides with the group’s 30 year anniversary (and our collective doom).