RECAP: PuffHost Celebrates New Album with Live from the 615 Performance
On Friday night, PuffHost came to Helping Our Music Evolve (H.O.M.E.) and took us all to “Recess.”
The Nashville-based alt-pop duo was there to celebrate the release of their new, full-length album, sleeping through the end of the world. They dressed up for the occasion, performing album cuts and other favorites, including the spacey, Beatles-esque “Tragedy of the Week,” the vulnerable ballad “Silver Lining,” and popular singles, “20 Somethings,” “Dark Times,” and “Low Power Mode.”
In addition to the music, we need to give some love to the pure entertainment value of the duo. Co-frontmen Ethan Rose and Myke Wilken are not only soul-bearing storytellers and versatile multi-instrumentalists; but their witty banter and onstage chemistry make it clear to everyone watching that these are, indeed, the best of friends.
Take a look at a couple highlights we packaged together below. And, if you want to be among the next to perform a Live from the 615 set, you can get in on the action right here.