Just days after her third album is released, Lilly Hiatt will perform at Rumba Cafe. Trinity Lane, released August 25 on New West Records, is an unfiltered view into the singer’s life. Relationship blues (“Everything I Had), daily life (“Trinity Life”), and loneliness (“The Night David Bowie Died”) are among the topics Hiatt opens up about on the Michael Trent (Shovels & Ropes) produced release.
Though Hiatt grew up listening to ’90s alt-rock, her mailing address (Nashville), bloodline (dad John is a well-known Americana/folk singer/songwriter) and circle of friends (John Moreland, Aaron Lee Tasjan) influence the alt-country sound (check out the twangy ballad “Different, I Guess” as a prime example).
If you’re holding Jason Isbell tickets for Sunday night, Lilly will be returning to Columbus on October 24 opening for Old 97s at Skully’s.
Advance tickets for the show are available now at Used Kids, Magnolia Thunderpussy and Rumba Cafe for $10 ($12 at the door, day of show). Doors open Sunday at 7pm and Sean Marshall & The Near Miss open.