Noah & The MegaFauna in concert
With comparisons to Django Reinhardt, Beirut, and Devotchka, Austin-based band Noah & the MegaFauna has developed a sound that can best be described as a clamorous whiskey filled raucous of sing-a-longs on the eve of destruction. The band’s sophomore album, The Pale Blue Dot, builds on the success and aesthetic of his 2012 debut release, Anthems for a Stateless Nation. While the first album was firmly rooted in big band jazz and older world folk, The Pale Blue Dot represents a departure from Charles-Mingus-meets-Tom-Waits vibe of their debut and finds the band flexing their orchestral indie rock chops.
Noah & the MegaFauna will present an evening of eclectic sound and fusion as part of the Long Center’s Concert Club series in the Rollins Theatre.