PHOTOS: Rachel Troublefield’s ‘Come Closer’ EP Release Show
Sunday night at The 5 Spot in East Nashville was a special occasion for multiple reasons.
For one thing, it was a celebration of Rachel Troublefield‘s new EP, Come Closer. The seven-track collection made its way into the world on Friday, January 17, and is a vulnerable and honest indie pop volume. Produced by Pat Kiloran of Nashville pop band, Milkk, Come Closer is ripe with big hooks and a range of emotions, and paints a complete picture of the 21st Century human experience.
For another, Sunday night’s EP release show doubled as a fundraiser for People Loving Nashville, an organization based in Music City that provides meals, clothing, and hygenic products to those in need. Troublefield was joined in the fundraising effort by fellow artists Rachael Lampa and Jackson Dreyer, the latter of whom held a “Save or Shave” fundraiser during his fun and soulful opening set that raised more than $500 and led to his mustache’s demise in the name of the cause.
Of course, we snapped ourselves a few photos. You can find those below!