Local Natives

Local Natives

indie rock band

Band

Musicians:
Taylor Rice – vocals, guitar
Kelcey Ayer – vocals, keys
Ryan Hahn – vocals, guitar
Nik Ewing – Bass
Matt Frazier -- Drums

Local Natives on KCRW

LA quintet Local Natives returns with its highly anticipated third album, exploring a variety of new sounds.

Local Natives

LA quintet Local Natives returns with its highly anticipated third album, exploring a variety of new sounds.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

When LA's own Local Natives prepared to release their sophomore album, they chose their local public radio station to debut new songs. Check out this special Apogee Session.

Local Natives

When LA's own Local Natives prepared to release their sophomore album, they chose their local public radio station to debut new songs. Check out this special Apogee Session.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Local Natives broke out big in 2010, touring the world nonstop and garnering international acclaim for their debut, Gorilla Maner.

Local Natives

Local Natives broke out big in 2010, touring the world nonstop and garnering international acclaim for their debut, Gorilla Maner.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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