Real Estate – 2014 Concert Schedule
With dreamy music that evokes imagery of lazy summer days and breezy
afternoons, Real Estate is indie music done right. Their quintessential indie sound has taken fans by storm, and since their
debut, they have been one of the major indie bands to look out for. With appearances already at Coachella, Pitchfork Music
Festival, and Barcelona's Primavera Sound Festival, this band is quickly rising up the ranks in their genre. This exciting
new band is currently underway on an anticipated concert tour, and fans will get to see them perform at venues and events
all over, including the Fillmore in San Francisco, Sonoma's Gundlach-Bundschu Winery, Harlow's in Sacramento, the Woodist
Festival in Big Sur, Way Out West Festival, Flow Festival, Santa Cruz's Catalyst Atrium, FYF Fest in Los Angeles, Bumbershoot
Festival, Fall Line Fest, and many more. With so many concert dates lined up for this year, fans far and wide will finally
have a chance to check out this band. For your tickets to experience everything that Real Estate has to offer live in concert,
be sure to beat the crowds by visiting StubHub first, and get ready to have a blast at the show!
About Real Estate
Estate is an exciting new indie band that got their start in 2009, with the release of their self-titled debut album. The
album was met with critical acclaim upon its release, and fans loved the unique music that sounded like the perfect soundtrack
to a carefree summer. With elements of folk, psychedelic rock, and light vocals, the album had all of the necessary ingredients
of becoming a successful indie record. After the success of their debut album, Real Estate embarked on a tour and joined the
likes of Deerhunter, Girls, and Kurt Vile. They also made appearances at the Pitchfork Music Festival and Barcelona's Primavera
After their impressive debut, Real Estate returned to the studio to begin working on their next album.
By 2011, they had released their sophomore record, "Days," which was likewise a popular hit with the indie crowd. Pitchfork
called the album one of the "Top 50 Albums of 2011," while Paste and Q magazine also included it on similar lists. The band
scored a spot at the coveted Coachella festival, and another appearance at Pitchfork Music Festival, where they showcased
their talents for even more new fans.
Following up in 2014, Real Estate released their third studio album, "Atlas,"
which entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at the number 34 position. With popular tracks like "Talking Backwards" and "Had
to Hear," their third album is shaping up to be another success for this rising indie band. This is definitely a band you'll
want to keep your eye on, as they are sure to become one of the prominent figures in their genre.
Real Estate got their big break when they released their self-titled debut album in 2009, and thrilled
indie fans with their refreshing music. The album was praised by critics and fans, and it proved to be a great start for the
band. After a tour that followed their debut release, Real Estate returned with their second studio album, titled "Days,"
which ended up on various "best-of" lists at the end of the year. Continuing on their streak of success, Real Estate released
their most recent album, "Atlas," which quickly shot to the number 34 spot on the Billboard 200 chart. Their music has been
a breath of fresh air for the indie scene, and fans can't wait to check out their live show during Real Estate's 2014 concert
Real Estate Trivia
What is the name of the solo side project from Real Estate band member Matt Mondanile?
Mondanile's solo recording project is called "Ducktails." Under the Ducktails moniker, he has released several albums, including
"Ducktails," "Landscapes," "Ducktails III: Arcade Dynamics," and "The Flower Lane."
fans of indie music, there's nothing like being able to see your favorite band play live, and you can do just that at the
next Real Estate show. For their 2014 concert tour, the band is slated to visit a variety of venues and festivals around the
world, allowing fans in all corners of the globe to finally experience their music live. With their easy going, dreamy sounds,
you can bet that their music will sound absolutely stellar live in concert. Wistful songs like "Navigator," "Had to Hear,"
and "Talking Backwards" will leave you and the audience reminded of why you became a fan in the first place. When it comes
to up-and-coming indie bands, it doesn't get any better than Real Estate. When they head to a venue near your city, grab your
best concert buddies and be sure to check out their show!