Glory Days Presents!More Live Music in Gainesville & Southeast USA
Robert DeLong

Glory Days Presents!

Robert DeLong

King Complex, Retrolux

Wed, November 28, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$11.25 - $18.00

SHOW DETAILS
• 18 or over, unless accompanied by parent/guardian.
• NO SMOKING inside the venue.
• Smoking allowed outside in the Beer Garden!
• $3 under 21 fee charged at the door

Robert DeLong
Robert DeLong
Robert’s recent collaboration with K.Flay “Favorite Color is Blue” went Top 12 at Alternative radio and has been streamed 7 million times worldwide and the video has been viewed 2 million times. DeLong also joined forces with producer extraordinaire Ricky Reed [Twenty One Pilots, Galantis] for “First Person on Earth,” which he calls his “very first love song.” Written the day after the 2016 election, the aptly titled “Beginning of the End”—produced by Tim Pagnotta—tempers widescreen festival-ready melodies with intricate production punctuated by video game-esque bleeps and rich electro flourishes. For “Revolutionary,” his voice slips into an anthemic refrain punctuated by howling synths and a falsetto swagger.

His 2015 sophomore album, In The Cards, yielded a string of fan favorite singles such as “Don’t Wait Up” and the smash “Long Way Down”—which peaked at #3 on the Alternative Chart, clocked over 30 million Spotify streams in addition to 3 million YouTube/VEVO views and counting. The record garnered acclaim from Billboard, Baeble Music, iHeart.com, and more.
King Complex
King Complex
Bringing an unapologetically experimental vibe to indie electronic music is St. Pete, FL duo King Complex. Their debut self-titled EP was a gritty testament to innovative expression. Recorded and mixed in their home studio, this process allowed for a vast amount of experimentation within every aspect of its production. Static covered vocals, dirty bass grooves, and distorted drums are just a few of the sounds that define their attempt to fill the space between EDM and Indie Rock.

With their newest release, their genre-crossing approach explores a space-like aura. Capturing a dance energy while maintaining their gritty drive. Their first single “Pulling Strings” hooks you with it’s trance-like vocals: “Do you dream like I do?” and quickly becomes the unequivocal core of this new direction. Mixing the likes of MGMT with Radiohead, King Complex embraces the challenge of sounding relevant without sacrificing artistic integrity.
Retrolux
Retrolux
Electronic Duo from Gainesville, FL