Written by Danielle Boise
Yesterday I gave you some ideas of bands to check out on Saturday’s lineup as part of the 6th annual Shaky Knees Festival. So it’s time to pull out the calendars (really – don’t forget to download the app, it will save your life) and figure out which bands are on your must-see list for the final day’s lineup. Let’s dive into a couple of treasures you may want to give a whirl on the last day.READ MORE: Receive a free screening pass to the epic new horror film 'Nope' from Jordan Peele
Here are a couple of acts that you may want to add to your Shaky Sunday schedule. To start the final day off right, head over to the Ponce De Leon Stage at 12:30 pm for Frankie Rose’s 45 minute set. Rose’s art house sound will be a soothing way to being the day.
With a cross between county and rock ’n’ roll infused depth, Lukas Nelson & Promise of The Real will bring an authentic soulful musical experience to the Peachtree Stage at 1:15 pm for a pure 45 minute set.READ MORE: In the Dark - 'The Trial of Murphy Mason, Part One'
It’s really a solid (and may I say a difficult) tie for the 2 pm time slot dueling it out between the Piedmont and Ponce De Leon Stage – between the L.A.-based trio, Sir Sly and the No Roots singer, Alice Merton. You can’t go wrong with either band, so flip a coin or split the difference. Either way you will see a marvelous act.
I’m going to end with Lord Huron. They give me a serious case of the feels and have never disappointed me. This is a band I personally live for and can’t wait to experience again. The Night We Met singers are everything you could ever want in a band. The harmonies are unadulterated and the stories they tell through the language of their songs echo perfectly. Lord Huron takes the Peachtree Stage at 4:30 pm for an hour long set.MORE NEWS: Would I Lie To You? - 'Child Toy Model'
For a full schedule lineup, click here. So who are you most excited to see?