Local Indie Act Racket Man to Play a Single Release Show Tomorrow at the Nash


  • Courtesy of Racket Man
Local indie rockers Racket Man issued their first self-titled EP last year and then issued another four-song EP earlier this year. The songs feature gentle tunes distinguished by Tommy Marx's soft voice and surf-y guitars.

Earlier today, the group debuted a new music video for the track “Scared for More.” Filmed in the Cleveland area, the clip features the guys roller skating and rollerblading around town.

To celebrate its release, the band plays a single relase show at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Solvenian National Home (“The Nash”) on East 80th St. Key to the Mint and Mood Bored open the show.

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