Neutral Milk Hotel - The 2014 Tour
Foundational indie rock pioneers Neutral Milk Hotel are back, continuing their
much acclaimed return from a nearly decade and a half long hiatus. Neutral Milk Hotel is kicking things off right with three
nights of amazing music in two amazing cities: Baton Rouge, LA and Austin, TX. Not in the areas of Baton Rouge or Austin?
Keep calm and carry on because the triumphant Neutral Milk Hotel return tour is not going away anytime soon, and the band
is constantly adding new and exciting tour destinations to their busy concert schedule. Keep up to date on Neutral Milk Hotel
and all the info on your favorite musicians right here at StubHub, the internet's number one destination for concert tickets.
Louisiana to Texas, the Neutral Milk Hotel 2014 tour is the most exciting event in indie rock this year. First, don't miss
the band for two back to back nights at the Varsity Theatre Baton Rouge, one of the city's most iconic venues that straddles
Tiger Stadium, the Mississippi river, and the Baton Rouge Parade Grounds. Once you've experienced the beating cultural heartbeat
of Baton Rouge, head down to newly founded capital of cool Austin, Texas, where Neutral Milk Hotel will be playing the Fun
Fun Fun Fest. The Fun Fun Fun Fest is fast becoming a Texas institution, and will include legendary performers across the
musical spectrum such as Yo La Tengo, Dum Dum Girls, Flying Lotus, Wiz Khalifa, and Murder City Devils. From the Mississippi
River to the Lone Star Republic, don't miss the 2014 tour event that everyone will be talking about for months to come!
About Neutral Milk Hotel
Neutral Milk Hotel would be the brainchild of artist and musical pioneer Jeff Mangum,
who would form the unbreakable backbone of the NMH project. Mangum would make early rounds on the local music scene, recording
in various high school bands before paving his own path under the early alias of Milk. The band name would soon evolve to
Neutral Milk Hotel, and Mangum spent the early 90s penning and recording the band's earliest works, with them receiving little
success or critical acclaim at the time. Mangum's early work would gain widespread attention later in life, with the original
cassettes and recordings of his early work coveted collectors pieces for Neutral Milk Hotel fans.
Jeff would spend his
early years living a nomadic musician lifestyle, with a revolving door of musicians that made up the early roster of Neutral
Milk Hotel. He would eventually wander to Seattle, Washington, picking up his first record deal under Cher Doll Records and
beginning the slow but steady ascent to indie rock greatness. Mangum's wanderlust would move the band to Denver, New York
City and Athens, Georgia. The band would pick up a formal retinue of performers, with friends and artists Scott Spillane,
Jeremy Barnes, and Julian Koster coming on board with the project an solidifying the group's roster for the first time. They
would soon be in the studio and their debut as a four piece would push them directly into the music limelight.
meteoric rise would persist through most of the 90s, and ended abruptly before the turn of the century as the band went on
an extended hiatus. The band's member would embark on various side projects, eventually reuniting in 2013, with demand for
the band's performances still at an all time high. With a successful spate of tours and festival performances throughout 2013-2014,
Neutral Milk Hotel is back to stay as they prepare to repave the landscape of the modern indie rock scene once again.
Neutral Milk Hotel's most iconic album to date remains In the Aeroplane over the Sea, the band's
sophomore follow up that contained the band's current lineup for the first time. The album would drop in 1998, under the production
tutelage of the innovative Robert Schneider, and soon made waves all across the indie scene. It would receive across the board
perfect scores, from notable outlets such as Allmusic, Sputnikmusic, Pitchfork Media, and Tiny Mix Tapes. The album would
spawn a slew of hits, including "Holland, 1945" "Ghost" and title track "In the Aeroplane Over the Sea", and remains the most
fundamental piece of the Neutral Milk Hotel discography to date.
The Neutral Milk Hotel reunion
was foreshadowed by Mangum's return to the music scene in 2010. In a slow buildup of solo performances, the band would officially
reunite on the 29th of April, 2013.
The Neutral Milk Hotel Concert Experience
From start to finish, Neutral
Milk Hotel will mystify and amaze as they drop their unique lo-fi sound that spans the years of a highly polished and hugely
popular discography. With Mangum's signature vocals and the band's trailblazing and eccentric performance style, the Neutral
Milk Hotel concert experience is an unforgettable indie rock experience that perfectly captures the quintessence of the genre.
Don't miss your chance to catch these indie legends in person - get your tickets today!