On Monday night we were graced with the presence of Anna Burch at MOTR touring in support of her debut album Quit The Curse. She spent most of the show smiling, as you can see from the photos. While it was a Monday night, the room was decently packed and heads were bobbing along to '90s tinged catchy tunes until the last song, "Tea-Soaked Letter," when her bandmate requested everybody dance. The crowd quickly took him up on it.
Cincinnati’s own Carriers opened up for Anna, and their hazy, spacy 1970s tinged rock was the perfect way to start the night. They have such a timeless sound that draws you in immediately. Find both of these artists right here on INHAILER Radio.