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Braylen Dion
GONNA GO: serpentwithfeet is hitting the road in support of his third studio album, ‘GRIP.’
Friday May 10, 2024 08:00 PM EDT
Cost: $25 Advance / $31 Doors / $75 VIP
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CRITIC’S PICK: If you’ve ever had the pleasure of listening to serpentwithfeet’s music, then you already know that you have to see the Baltimore-bred artist live in concert. Always one to sing and dance to the beat of his own drum, serpentwithfeet’s impressive little catalog is filled to the brim with songs that feel too big to solely live on DSPs. From the theatrical and vocally acrobatic early cuts on his debut album soil to the gorgeous and airy ballads on his sophomore outing DEACON to the sensual grooves on his latest studio effort GRIP, there is so much good music for serpentwithfeet to pull from for the setlist of his upcoming GRIP Tour. And as if a serpentwithfeet show at an intimate venue like the Loft couldn’t get any promising, the GRIP artist will be taking rising Atlanta singer, songwriter, and musician MiLES along with him on the road as opening support. A product of Charles Drew Charter School, MiLES is currently a Stanford University student, but his studies haven’t stopped him from dropping ambitious projects like Baby Blue (2023) and this year’s Life Thru New Lens. Check him out when he opens up for serpentwithfeet. — Joshua Robinson
$20-$126. 8:00 p.m. The Loft at Center Stage, 1374 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA, 30309. centerstage-atlanta.com @centerstageatl

From the venue:

serpentwithfeet, the Baltimore-born singer-songwriter, is taking natural steps as a versatile talent from chapter to chapter in his career. His third album GRIP finds its home on the dance floor of Black gay nightlife spaces and the intimate moments that happen there and afterward, no matter the location. It explores moments of physical touch and how they occur. Whether it be a grip around the waist or the face, serpentwithfeet explores all angles. GRIP sonically lives the highs and lows of a night out at the club and romance too. “Damn Gloves (ft. Ty Dolla $ign and Yanga Yaya)” captures the adrenaline rush of a night’s peak with a thumping bass that mimics the heartbeat’s speed as intimacy runs high between two lovers. “Spades” creates a tender moment as a slow-dance would. “Lucky Me” is honest, void of anything that distracts from the moment at hand as serpent’s voice, a twinkling guitar melody, and enchanting synths serve as the driving force to champion a new romance. It’s a body of work that highlights moments closest to the heart. Throughout his career, serpentwithfeet has exhibited versatility through R&B music and he continues to push the limits of his artistry.
Presented by Rival Entertainment

More information

At

The Loft Magnum
1374 W. Peachtree St. N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30309
404-885-1365
centerstage-atlanta.com
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