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Cafe du Nord Presents:
Mount Saint Elias
Nat Lefkoff
Kacie Hill
Fri, May 13
Doors: 7:00 pm | Show: 8:00 pm
Tickets: $20.00
Ages 21 and Up
Mount Saint Elias
For any event that is 18 or 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

Support acts are subject to change without refund.

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Mount Saint Elias
“Evocative and rousing indie-folk" -American Songwriter  
 
Mount Saint Elias is the project of singer/songwriter Joey Coe, Luna Fuentes, and Josiah Johnson (formerly of The Head and The Heart) . The music fuses the acoustic-based and lyric-forward approach of the folk music Coe grew up with in Kentucky with electronic tones inspired by his adopted home of Oakland, CA. The band draws inspiration from artists like Bon Iver, Wilco, and John Prine.The band began around a campfire in Iowa, as Coe and vocalist Tatyana Schmid met working as adventure travel guides. The two would decide to move together to Oakland, CA with another guide, Matteo Lovik, to start a band. The Chilean couch surfer crashing at their house became the fourth member and the band was up and running. The four friends gained a small but devoted following on the West Coast, gaining a reputation for delicious harmonies, whip-smart lyrics, and a high-energy live show. After band co-founder, vocalist, and housemate Tatyana Schmid was killed in a bicycle accident in 2018, the band realized nothing really matters, we're all going to die, and we might as well sing songs while we can. Their debut album, due in 2022, is being recorded at Tiny Telephone Oakland by Beau Sorenson (Death Cab for Cutie, TuNe-YaRdS).
Nat Lefkoff
Nat Lefkoff is a musician dedicated to distilling the human condition. He will disarm you with a modest demeanor as his tectonic voice shifts your consciousness alongside his skillfully crafted lyrics. His acclaimed songs, "Great white planes" and "Damn" show off the honesty, vulnerability and intensity of his lyrics and enchanting performance style. The warm tone of his voice sweeps from an understated whisper to a erupting volcano. His performances are a visceral experience that pull at your heart until it surrenders. Nat's music is more than a collection of chords and sincere words, it is the experience of life, masterfully articulated into song.
Kacie Hill
Kacie Hill is a San Francisco based indie-folk/rock singer-songwriter. Her music attempts to bring meaning to the mundane through conversational yet poignant lyricism, and draws similarities to some of her favorites artists, such as Joni Mitchell and Phoebe Bridgers. Kacie’s debut EP titled Hard Feelings will be released late summer, and her current music can be found on Instagram and Spotify