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Family of the Year - POSTPONED

After the release of their highly-anticipated album, Goodbye Sunshine, Hello Nighttime, the GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to welcome internationally acclaimed LA-based indie rock band Family of the Year to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate performance and conversation hosted by GRAMMY Museum Artistic Director, Scott Goldman. Family Of The Year—Joe [vocals, guitar] & Sebastian Keefe [drums, vocals], James Buckey [guitar, vocals], and Christina Schroeter [keyboards, vocals]—quietly captivate with a combination of idyllic instrumentation and emotional storytelling. Following 2009’s Songbook, they toured relentlessly and organically attracted a devout fan base. 2012 saw them release Loma Vista. In the aftermath, the musicians earned praise from the likes of USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, Billboard, Interview Magazine, and Paste in addition to performing on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, Conan, and more. Its breakout single “Hero” would figure prominently in the trailer and soundtrack for the Academy® Award-nominated and Golden Globe® Award-winning drama Boyhood and surpass 170 million Spotify streams. Coming off the road in late 2015 in support of the self-titled Family of the Year, they began crafting what would become their fourth full-length and first for Reprise Records led by the 2018 single “Hold Me Down.” Written and recorded throughout 2016 and 2017, the album represents a philosophical shift and creative breakthrough for the group. Emerging from personal and professional turmoil, the band return with their most hypnotic and heartfelt body of work yet. Produced by Greg Wells (Adele, Dua Lipa, The Greatest Showman: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), Goodbye Sunshine, Hello Nighttime is earmarked by heartfelt introspective storytelling and rich instrumentality, re-emerging with their most hypnotic and intimate body of work to date, including standout tracks, “Let Her Go,” “Latchkey Kids,” and, “Hold Me Down.”