Jordana returned to Boston this week for a show at the House of Blues, marking her last night opening for Local Natives! Fresh off of two previous tours this summer – one supporting Wallows and one headlining tour – and a new album, Face The Wall, that dropped in May, Jordana came back better than ever.
Even during her slower songs, she kept the show fun and enticing – especially with a Gumby figure propped up on her microphone stand. Her setlist was full of songs from her newest releases to her earliest, all with lyrics that stand out in their own way. Everyone was captivated by her “heartbreak indie rock pop sweet hawt” aesthetic (as she describes her genre in her Instagram bio).
The audience loved her, cheering her on all the way until her last song, ‘Why,’ where she got on her knees to play her guitar. This song was the perfect way to end Jordana’s set and warm up the Boston crowd for Local Natives!
Just because her tour with Local Natives is now over doesn’t mean she’ll be gone for long! Jordana will have another show in Boston (and in other cities across North America!) opening for Remi Wolf this fall, and will also be performing some shows in the UK and EU not long after. So be sure to get tickets because you don’t want to miss her! What Jordana song have you been loving recently? Let us know by tweeting us at @TheHoneyPop or visiting us on Facebook or Instagram!