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Indie-rock trio, Now, Now, recently wowed The Troubadour as part of their Saved tour. The sold-out performance was the band’s biggest headline show to date and appropriately occurred in L.A., where most of their listeners are based.

Despite the crowded space, the audience was filled with life as they sang and swayed the night away. Lead singer KC Dalager expertly engaged with the crowd and displayed where her true talent lies. Although timidity started things off, Dalager’s confidence quickly grew off the crowds’ energy. The trio was able to balance the room by playing tracks off their most recent album as well as sophomore set Threads, released in 2012.

Now, Now is currently touring with WENS. The group begins their tour with St. Lucia on 10/2; dates are still available, here. You can stream their most recent album, Saved, below.