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Since releasing their self-titled debut in 2007, Boston's The Grownup Noise have evolved into a rousing and innovative pop-music outfit, bridging the gap between americana and indie music.

Their newest album,"Stewing," released in August 2015, is a compilation of songs created in during the "depths of winter." Founder, Paul Hansen notes that "these songs came from slow, simmering anxiety mixed with apocalyptic snow storms. Maybe like food absorbing flavor in a hot is good to know that something good can come from raw floundering." 

Considered by The Boston Globe to be "one of Boston's most promising outfits...a sense of sincerity, wonder, and poetry beats at the heart of skewed folk-pop songs," The Grownup Noise will enchant you "with lines of love and the changing seasons coming out as gently and colorful as the music itself."

The Grownup Noise

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Opening Act: Ursula Hansberry

Born in Shorewood, Wisconsin, Hansberry grew up in the Hudson Valley. She began writing music at the age of 14, "inspired by all of the people in her life, all the stories she hears, and all the places she sees." Influenced by Martin Sexton, Colin Hay, and Jeff Buckley, her music is best described as indie Americana. Now wanting to see how far music will take her, she hopes to play out this summer and for the rest of her life.