The Accidentals

Nashville-based, female-fronted, critically-acclaimed trio The Accidentals have partnered with Kaboom Collective for a groundbreaking collaborative release—an album called Reimagined, comprised of 11 of their most popular songs that were re-recorded with a 40-piece student orchestra, set for release on July 29th. The release will be followed by a 14-day “Reimagined” tour that kicks off at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland.

Locally loved western Massachusetts concert space Gateway City Arts, situated in downtown Holyoke, made a celebrated return to its live music capabilities. The unique, industrial-style venue has been hosting some big shows in just the past few months from the likes of Julien Baker, Delvon Lemar Organ Trio, members of moe., and more.

The Accidentals, an indie folk-pop, rock trio, announce the October 1 release of their new album Vessel, co-produced by John Congleton (St. Vincent, Lana Del Rey) and Tucker Martine (Decemberists, First Aid Kit). Following their critically acclaimed release Time Out Session 1, the new album blasts through the isolation of the last eighteen months with a shot of alt-rock muscle.

On September 29th, multi-faceted folk-rockers The Accidentals will kick off a long-awaited U.S. tour in their home state of Michigan. Joined by their friend and collaborator Sawyer Fredericks, this co-bill tour will take the female-fronted, multi-instrumentalist power trio throughout Michigan and the Midwest before heading east for a southerly jaunt from Boston, through New York, Philly, D.C., and down into the Southeast. A full list of tour dates can be found below.

When their tour was abruptly cancelled early last year, The Accidentals—Sav Buist, Katie Larson, and Michael Dause—instinctively turned to the thing they do best; creating.

Summing up The Accidentals in a concise, one-sentence description is nearly impossible. From the indie-folk-punk sound of their live show to the deep Americana strings on their soon to be released TIME OUT EP, you can’t put this band in a box.

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