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The Overcoats Cover The Ponte Vedra Concert Hall


Overcoats is a New York based electronic-pop duo consisting of singer-songwriters Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell. The Duo made their way to northeast florida at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall just off Ponte Vedra Beach opening for Cold War Kids on February 10th..and wowed the backed crowd.

Overcoats fight by bucking trends, overturning expectations, and cranking out sticky sweet pop subversion tightened up to Swedish standards under a Seattle grunge haze—all born out of a D.I.Y. Brooklyn “laboratory.” Since forming in a Wesleyan dorm room during 2015, Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell quietly molded provocative pop into power. Their full-length debut Young stood out as “one of the Top 5 best selling albums from a debut artist on an independent label in 2017,” bowed at #4 on the Alternative New Albums Chart, and landed at #12 on the Heatseekers Chart. Not to mention, they generated 50 million-plus streams, sold 30K albums, and regularly averaged 1 million-plus listeners on Spotify.

The girls his the stage early at about 7 pm, at the concert hall… but that did keep the fans from coming out early to check the girls out and have one hell of a great show. The crowd really got into the band and were really enjoying themselfs..They were singing and dancing to many of the song they played…Like “Fire & Fury” and “If You Leave. The crowd and the band were flowing with energy and feeding off each other song after song. The band really hit their stride toward the end of their show with “Don’t Believe in Use” and “Leave If You Want” and ended with the crowd wanting more!!! Which is always a good thing.

I have no words for how amazing they were.. come back soon.

About Bryan Joe Corder (3640 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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