I think I just found my new favorite band. If you’re looking for a band with heart, skills and that little extra, Little Green Cars has it. Club Dada hosted the Irish band on Wednesday for their first time in Dallas to a crowd that seemed like it had known the band for years.
Bonus Fun Stuff:Dallas Nightlife: Cave Singers at Three Links.
John Mark Nelson opened, bringing his best friends (the band) to Deep Ellum, with smooth vocals, impressive instrumentals and his heart and soul. Stopping multiple times between the set to voice his thanks for everyone in attendance, it was nice to see the humility. John constantly shared his joy of being able to perform, not forgetting about his band-mates, including their keyboardist Kara, who took the lead on multiple tracks.
As the five-piece band of Little Green Cars entered the stage, the crowd was electric. From the first note they had Club Dada wrapped around their fingers. The driving bass lines, sultry female vocals and perfect harmonies created an eclectic vibe felt. As “Harper Lee” played out, Little Green Cars had emotion on high, even stopping mid show to read a poem to the crowd, ending with…
“The future is just history”
Performing “The John Wayne,” Little Green Cars performed tracks from both Absolute Zero and their recent album Ephemera. Capping the night with a breathtaking stripped-down performance in the middle of the crowd, Little Green Cars did in one night what many bands take years to accomplish: created a lifelong fan.
Coming up at Club Dada: The Coathangers, Vetiver and Highly Suspect.