Gardens & Villa 

Friday, April 10 at Neurolux

Step into these Gardens and Villa.

photo by Tom Griffiths

Step into these Gardens and Villa.

When Gardens & Villa canceled its Treefort 2014 set, it was disappointing. The Santa Barbara, Calif.-based indie-rock band probably didn't do it out of laziness, though: The group was touring Europe not long after Treefort 2014, and G & V has stayed on the road for much of the past few years.

To record its latest album, Dunes (Secretly Canadian, 2014), the band spent a month in a Benton Harbor, Mich. studio with producer Tim Goldsworthy. Singer-guitarist Chris Lynch told Redefine Magazine that "there's a little bit of melancholy in the record that kind of came out of so much time on the road and missing home."

That melancholy didn't hurt the music. In addition to G & V's trademark dreamy tunes and vocals, Dunes features more supple beats than the band's 2011 self-titled debut. The combination makes G & V's return to Boise worth the wait.

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