Genevieve Stokes w/ Lily Kershaw

Ages 16 and up
Saturday, October 26
Doors: 7pm Show: 8pm
$22
Globe Hall Presents Genevieve Stokes with Lily Kershaw on Saturday, October 26th.
 
 
One of alternative pop’s brightest stars, named among People’s “Emerging Artists” to watch list, Genevieve first taught herself piano at the age of eight. Spending her teen years developing her own unique sound, she was inspired by iconic female musicians like Fiona Apple and Regina Spektor but infused her own repertoire with her deeply personal experience and perspective. Stokes initially drew attention and applause for her intimate yet lush approach to alternative pop, amassing over 7M streams all before releasing her debut EP, ascending esteemed playlists, and garnering support from Complex, EARMILK, Ones to Watch, and more. 
 
Named by Alternative Press as a “New Artist You Need To Hear,” Stokes made a striking major label debut with her angsty yet nostalgic 2021 EP, Swimming Lessons, highlighted by the standout tracks, “Surface Tension,” “Parking Lot,” and “Running Away.” Recorded in a cabin just a stone’s throw from the 23-year-old artist’s childhood home, the critically acclaimed project went on to earn over 38M streams worldwide while receiving praise from publications including Flaunt, NYLON, Billboard, Refinery29, FLOOD, and more. 
 
A dreamy exploration of what it means to heal and unlock your inner child, her latest EP, Catching Rabbits, was heralded by the lead single “Habits,” which was produced by Tony Berg (Phoebe Bridgers, Paul McCartney), featured on PAPER and Teen Vogue, and has gone on to amass nearly 105M global streams. Further EP highlights include the brooding “You & Me,” self-soothing lullaby, “17,” and emotionally charged “Can I.” 
 
The acclaimed Portland, ME-based singer-songwriter is gearing up for an exciting year ahead with her forthcoming single “Dreamer” arriving on Friday, July 26th. This fall, she’ll take her mesmerizing live performance back on the road across the US for her largest headline tour yet which follows previous live dates supporting artists including Noah Kahan, Briston Maroney, Sarah Kinsley and Charlie Burg


– 16+, under 16 admitted with a ticketed parent or guardian
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