Forget Girl Power. An Albuquerque band comprised of three Native and African American sisters specialize more in electric shock and their latest album release is about to prove it.
Lindy Vision, an indie-rock band that’s been described as a “female Devo” with hints of M.I.A., Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Santigold, is releasing their newest album, “Adult Children Part 1,” with a release party at Santa Fe’s Meow Wolf.
Happening Saturday, February 23 at 9 p.m., the event includes an opening line-up of all-native performers Innastate, Nataanii Means, and Lyla June, along with afterparty guru DJ L.R.T., to rock the crowd. At 11:30 p.m., Lindy Vision takes the stage to blow their fans’ minds with tracks from their new album.
This is the first solo-headliner show for Lindy Vision’s Dorothy Cuylear, Natasha Cuylear, and Carla Cuylear at Meow Wolf. They co-headlined with Red Light Cameras there in 2016.
For more information on Lindy Vision, visit their website.
For more information on purchasing tickets to Lindy Vision’s album, release visit the Meow Wolf website.