"Wait, wait—who is this?," asked my roommate as she walked into our living room, inquiring whose music was blaring from our speaker system. The answer? Goodbye June, whose latest LP, Magic Valley, has had the same effect on most rock'n'roll fans the first time it graces their ears. It's gritty, it's raw, it's loud—making it the perfect record for the Nashville rockers to have performed live at their first Rock on the Range appearance earlier this month.
The southern rock trio—made up of cousins Landon Milbourn, Brandon Qualkenbush, and Tyler Baker—took to the festival stage on Friday, May 19, blowing fans away with tracks like "Oh No", "Bad Things", and "The Good Side". Before they performed, however, the three-piece documented their journey to that point, snapping photos before, during, and after their energetic set.
Didn't catch their show in Columbus, Ohio? No worries, the "Darlin'" creators will be traveling the country in support of their latest release, hitting venues in Portland, Denver, Birmingham, and more. Check out their Tour Diary below, then make sure to Track them on Bandsintown to catch them in your city!