Future Thieves Rocks The Revelry Room July 11

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Future Thieves, with Guthrie Brown and Nick Lutsko, will play at the Revelry Room on Tuesday, July 11.  Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show is at 9 p.m.  Tickets are $10 and available here

Review for Future Thieves: 
Meet Nashville rockers, Future Thieves. Young musicians come to Nashville to chicken-pick and twang. They come to sing about trucks, girls, and girls in trucks. Not so with Future Thieves. They came to rock.  

In that brief time, they’ve stirred up plenty of attention from fans throughout Music City and the U.S. The band has grown through continuous touring that is creating a buzz from their live performances, some that include Bonnaroo and Summerfest among others. Playing live is one the essential elements to Future Thieves’ creative process.

The band released their debut album Horizon Line (released in 2015) and then recently Live at Blue Rock that was a collection of melodic rock, high energy Americana songs from their debut album with four new tracks.  

They premiered the music video on Jimmy Fallon’s Tumblr Page for the single “Sucker”. “Sucker” is a preview to what is in store for there new album set to be out in the fall. 

Future Thieves are Elliot Collett (vocals/Guitar), Austin McCool (Guitar), Nick Goss (Bassist), and Gianni Gibson (Drums). 



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