Austin360 Artist of the Month check-in: Harvest Thieves radio, in-store and more

Harvest Thieves at Hole In the Wall on December 3, 2015. Suzanne Cordeiro for American-Statesman.
Harvest Thieves at Hole In the Wall on December 3, 2015. Suzanne Cordeiro for American-Statesman.

It’s time for one last weekly check-in with our inaugural Austin360 Artist of the Month, Harvest Thieves. The five-piece alt-country band closes January with a blizzard of activity to promote their debut album “Rival.”

Wednesday evening, they’ll play live on the air at 8 p.m. in Studio 1A at KUTX, which coincidentally also selected Harvest Thieves as its January artist of the month. (They’re also featured on the station’s weekly “This Song” podcast with host Elizabeth McQueen, sharing the episode with Leon Bridges.) On Thursday, the group performs an 8:30 p.m. show at Cactus Cafe with guests the Wheelwrights.

Friday, local music patron organization Black Fret holds its members-only 2016 kickoff gala at the Parish, with music from Harvest Thieves as well as Sweet Spirit and Walker Lukens. Saturday, the band helps Bryce Clifford & Brother Superior celebrate their EP’s release at Rainey Street bar the Blackheart. And Sunday, you can pick up a copy of “Rival” at Waterloo Records when the group plays a 5 p.m. free in-store performance.

We’ll announce our February Austin360 Artist of the Month next week. For now, here’s one more look at our Austin360 studio video of Harvest Thieves’s song “The Least of These”:

 

 

 

Author: Peter Blackstock

Music writer for the Austin American-Statesman and austin360.com. Twitter: @Blackstock360

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