Natural Child and Brooklyn go together like a PBR and a hipster, so it’d only make sense that the Tennessee band would add a third Brooklyn show on their summer tour.
They hit Brooklyn Bowl last night to promote their new album due out September 11, Hard in Heaven.
Natural Child closed out the show after The People’s Temple and Liquor Store also played and the crowd loved them. They played some of their instant classics, “Big Pimpin” and “Blind Owl Speaks,” both amazing rock songs off their upcoming album.
These guys would easily fit right in the ‘60s but they haven’t fallen on deaf ears. The three-man band blends country, rock and blues to make an elixir to cure all your musical ales.
They’re a must-listen in a music world that is telling us to listen to a lesser product.
Roll it up, light it up, snort it up, Natural Child rock no matter how you take them in.
Also, here’s a helpful tip if you get to Brooklyn Bowl a little early before the music starts! Don’t eat there! Go around the corner to the Counting Room. The food is 10x better and doesn’t even cost as much as Brooklyn Bowl’s food. If you do hit up the Counting Room (which also has live music), get the Roasted Tomato. It’s a pressed sandwich with mozzarella and arugula. Its tasty goodness oozes right out of the sandwich.