Miami's Best Concert of the Week: SALES at Bardot

Unquestionably, the concert of the week is Iggy Pop and Josh Homme at the Fillmore. It’s a big deal and so on and so on.

However, the best upcoming show in Miami not on your radar comes via a homegrown Florida outfit. SALES are an indie pop duo from Orlando featuring the musical talents of Lauren Morgan and Jordan Shih, with Morgan handling vocal duties. The two-piece craft an elegant and lovely lo-fi sound that blends acoustic guitars and electronic production. Impossibly charming, they’re a must hear and see for fans of chamber pop bands such as Belle and Sebastian or Stars. This Thursday, the second stop of their North American tour finds them popping into Bardot, an infamously intimate venue and thus, the perfect setting for SALES. 

The group's independently released self-titled LP drops the day before, an album they recently previewed during a live stream on Twitch. The first two singles off the record, “Ivy” and “Jamz,” are sparkling downtempo grooves that feel like a mashup between Best Coast and Chet Faker. On April 21, set time aside from homework or adulthood for this breezy group and what should be a charming evening of twinkling, electro-pop. SALES are as far from punk rock as possible, but pack no less a punch, albeit more of an emotional one. 

SALES. 10 p.m. Thursday, April 21, at Bardot, 3456 N Miami Ave., 305-576-5570; bardotmiami.com. Tickets cost $12 via showclix.com.

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