Local Natives Soar at Coachella

Shortly before their debut Coachella appearance in 2010, Local Natives guitarist Ryan Hahn spoke with the press at his alum, Pepperdine University. Asked about the band’s future 10 years down the road, Hahn explained that it was really just about making music full-time as long as possible. However, he did throw in that it would

See Local Natives Perform on ‘Conan’

President Barack Obama wasn't the only one on television last night trying to appeal to a greater sense of hope and humanity.  Los Angeles indie rockers Local Natives were the musical guests Wednesday night on Conan, where they performed "Fountain of Youth," a yearning and carefree track off upcoming album Sunlit Youth. "Early on while

Portugal. The Man, Local Natives Perform Stunning Sets on Austin City Limits

Portugal. The Man and Local Natives were the featured acts on a recent episode of Austin City Limits, and both bands definitely delivered the goods. While Portugal. The Man played past hits like “Sleep Forever,” they also highlighted several new tracks off latest album Evil Friends. As for Local Natives, they performed the haunting “Columbia” off 2013’s Hummingbird and also called back to previous gems like “Airplanes.” Watch a few web exclusive performances in the clips below, and for more information and tour dates, visit the Facebook pages of Portugal. The Man and Local Natives.

Local Natives Mesmerize Conan Audience

Local Natives's latest album Hummingbird features several songs that tug on the heartstrings with the band's trademark harmonies. "Ceilings" is definitely one of those sweetly mesmerizing tracks, and Local Natives recently pulled that out on the set of Conan, where they were the musical act. Watch Local Natives play "Ceilings" below and visit their official

Watch Local Natives Play ‘Heavy Feet’

Local Natives have a new album titled Hummingbird scheduled to come out later this month, and the Los Angeles-by-way-of-Orange County artists recently played several of their new tracks at a KCRW event in Santa Monica. Taking place at Apogee’s Berkeley St. Studios, the entire session will be broadcast on Morning Becomes Eclectic on Friday at 11:15 a.m. (PST).