The Low Anthem

Now that the Avett Brothers make records with Rick Rubin and stop at the Charlottesville Pavilion on tour, it's probably the mostly-acoustic Boston multi-instrumentalist quartet The Low Anthem, who play slowly-building self-described "apocalyptic hymals" with occasional gospel touches, that are the reigning up-and-coming buzz band of indie folk. But since their acclaimed 2008 sophomore release Oh My God, Charlie Darwin was recently reissued by Nonesuch Records, perhaps their days are now numbered in that regard as well.

The Low Anthem - Charlie Darwin

Vermont singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell and local folk duo The Honey Dewdrops open.

The Honey Dewdrops - Nowhere To Stand
The Honey Dewdrops - Fly Away Free