Broadway trained singer Caroline Iliff and songwriter Blake Harmon will be on opening duties for David Duchovny’s band in anticipation for his film premiere Bucky F*cking Dent.
Doors at 8, show beginning at 8:30.
Blake & Caroline
Set to make their live debut at Tribeca Festival, Blake and Caroline create a unique blend of indie and folk, with absorbing harmonies and deeply personal lyrics.
In 2016, LAUNDRY DAY formed at Beacon High School in New York City. Jude, Sawyer, Etai, Henry, and Henry (yes, there’s two, and they share a birthday) would spend any free time they had writing songs in the basement. By the time they graduated in 2020, they'd independently released 3 albums and 2 EPs, and toured all around the country. Headline shows, festival gigs at Austin City Limits and Camp Flog Gnaw, and opening slots with the 1975, Clairo, and Omar Apollo. When the pandemic hit, the boys stuck together and got to work on their Major Label Debut, We Switched Bodies (which released in 2022). Meanwhile, their song "Friends" was making waves on Tiktok after being used as the closing song in the season 3 finale of the Netflix series, On my Block. Now? They’re self proclaimed “Road Dogs,” playing sporadic shows all around the country as they prepare to release their 5th album, “Younger Than I Was Before,” this summer.
David Duchovny is an American actor, writer, producer, director, novelist, and singer songwriter. While fans may know him best for his screen work (The X-Files, Californication) Duchovny has carved out a larger creative role over the years, authoring four books and releasing three albums while earning raves (and a dedicated fan base) for his live shows