In support of her latest album, Face The Wall, Jordana is on the road with Local Natives, who brought their show to The Fillmore in Fishtown this Wednesday night. Jordana released her first album at just 18 years old, and has been making waves in the indie music scene ever since.
Jordana‘s lyrics touch on relatable themes from learning self love, being ghosted by a date, to simply not giving a damn. Along with her band, Jordana performed songs from her three full length albums as well as the EP she released with TV Girl last year titled Summer’s Over.
Her sound incorporates elements from electronic bedroom pop infused with heavy electric guitar riffs and solos. Jordana‘s smooth soprano voice floats above it all seamlessly. Perched on her mic stand during the show was a toy Gumby as Jordana explained, “I love Gumby.”
Local Natives‘ first tour in over thee years almost didn’t happen. Their tour bus caught on fire a few weeks ago, nearly canceling their shows. Thankfully they were finally able to hit the road for the first time after the release of Violet Street in 2019.
Jordana and Local Natives are playing the Wonderbus Music & Arts Festival this Sunday August 28 in Columbus Ohio, get your tickets now here!
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