As the sun went down and the moon came up Sunday night, Boston Calling was in full embrace of yet another splendid indie lineup.
Alabama Shakes capped off the last night of Boston Calling Festival on Sunday with its unique sound of bluesy rock and roll.
The Avett Brother and Of Monsters and Men headlined the first night of Boston Calling and brought a pastoral sound to the city square.
The second day of Boston Calling featured indie sensation Father John Misty, Scottish synth band CHVRCHES, and closed with British rock band alt-j.
Southern bluegrass don’t have much in common with the party rockings of Walk the Moon or Scottish synthesizers CHVRCHES. And that’s all right.
Pops arrives Friday to perform in Robsham, and Boston Calling is set to take over City Hall Plaza through the weekend.
The co-founder of the festival discusses the ins-and-outs of putting together the weekend-long concert.