Esmé Patterson Went Wild at Larimer Lounge

Esmé Patterson Went Wild at Larimer Lounge

Esmé Patterson performed for a crowded house at Larimer Lounge on Saturday, June 18. The show was a hometown celebration of the release of her new album, We Were Wild. Patterson's music has been described recently as "synapse rock," but she keeps the tone upbeat with her bouncy country-tinged rock and a little help from her local friends, such as Julia Mendiolea from Inner Oceans, who also played bass during her set. Inner Oceans and Littles Paia opened the show. All photos by Brandon Marshall.


Esmé Patterson performed for a crowded house at Larimer Lounge on Saturday, June 18. The show was a hometown celebration of the release of her new album, We Were Wild. Patterson's music has been described recently as "synapse rock," but she keeps the tone upbeat with her bouncy country-tinged rock and a little help from her local friends, such as Julia Mendiolea from Inner Oceans, who also played bass during her set. Inner Oceans and Littles Paia opened the show. All photos by Brandon Marshall.
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