Window Weather
The Bowery Electric
Thu June 22 @ 6:30 PM (Doors: )
21 and up
$15.00 Buy Tickets
Natasha Blaine 
Natasha Blaine is a Nashville-based singer and songwriter from Seattle, Washington. Her work blends soul, R&B, and pop music with her roots in vocal jazz—citing great influence from artists like D'Angelo, Lianne La Havas, and Amy Winehouse. Since the 2021 release of her debut EP, I Fall in Love Too Easily, Blaine has been rolling out a series of singles with "Vegas" as her most recent release. This past year, she has headlined a sold-out festival (Good Coffee Fest) and played many iconic Nashville venues including The Analog, The Basement, and The Listening Room.

Molly Murphy 
Molly Murphy is a singer-songwriter based in New York City. She crafts harmony-rich indie-folk tunes largely inspired by her experiences growing up at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 

Influenced by the bluegrass and folk-infused music of the region, she turned to artists like The Avett Brothers, Laura Marling, and First Aid Kit for inspiration, and soon began writing songs after encouragement from her high school English teacher. Setting up shop in a closet in the high school science department, she wrote and recorded demos that would shape the homemade sound and feel of her music.

Window Weather
Window Weather is a Jersey-grown indie rock group spearheaded by Georgia Sebesky (vocals), Evan Dibbs (guitar), and Samir Tawalare (drums). Their debut album, Out From Under is effortlessly ornate and weaves folk instrumentation with jazz harmony and sultry vocal spells. Adventurous and expansive, it features thoughtful string and horn arrangements as well as secret production candies. Lyrically, the album confronts the concept of change and its capacity to simultaneously confine and liberate. The line “that of which we’re certain is certain to change” illustrates this paradox with emotional clairvoyance.