Bad Bad Hats and The Beths @ Music Hall Of Williamsburg

Bad Bad Hats and The Beths are currently on a co-headlining US tour. They stopped by the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn with support from Bad Moves for a sold out night of powerful guitar driven pop music. Bad Moves hails from Washington D.C. and brought an infectious energy to open the show. Minneapolis band Bad Bad Hats came on next bringing thier catchy, emotive pop music. Lead singer and guitarist Kerry Alexander is earnest and funny with the audience, and explains the unique meanings of some of their songs. For example, their new song coming out at the end of March is called “Wide Right” a reference to a failed field goal attempt at the end of Super Bowl XXV by the notoriously ringless Buffalo Bills is a metaphor for feeling like you always just miss out on true love. Their setlist included songs like “It Hurts” and “Super America” from their 2013 debut EP It Hurts, “Joseph”, “Midway”, and “Spin” from their 2015 album Psychic Reader, and “Get What I Want”, “Write It On Your Heart”, and “Nothing Gets Me High” from their Newest Album Lightning Round. New Zealend quartet The Beths then emerged to an excited crowd opening the show with “Whatever” from their 2018 EP Warm Blood that also appears on their debut album Future Me Hates Me. Songs like “Lying In The Sun”, “Warm Blood”, “Happy Unhappy”, “You Wouldn’t Like Me”, and “Not Running” are just some of the songs that the talented group performed. The Beths bring irresistable melodies and harmonies with relatable, biting lyricism to the table. Do yourself a favor and visit these bands that are paving the way for the future of indie pop on tour.


03/05 – Cleveland, OH

03/06 – Chicago, IL

03/07 – Nashville, TN

03/08 – Atlanta, GA

03/09 – Savannah, GA

03/10 – 03/15 – Austin, TX

03/16 – Dallas, TX

03/17 – Houston,  TX

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