Great Scott to host indie rock band Have Mercy

Great Scott to host an acoustic performance from Baltimore-based indie rock quartet Have Mercy on Sunday, July 16 at 9 p.m. with special guests Chase Huglin and Born Without Bones.

Have Mercy are on the road promoting their recently release third studio long-player, Make The Best Of It. The album, which e emerged on Hopeless Records back in April, was recorded with producers Paul Leavitt and Brian McTernan. The 11-track collection is anchored by the singles “Coexist” and “Baby Grand.”

Prior to the release of Make The Best Of It, Have Mercy toured alongside Real Friends, Tiny Moving Parts, Broadside and Nothing, Nowhere.

The four-piece band previously released sophomore LP, A Place Of Our Own, via Hopeless Records in October 2014 and debut album, The Earth Pushed Back, on Topshelf Records in May 2013.

Also on the bill is Chase Huglin, an acoustic indie rocker born and bred in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Huglin is supporting his debut full-length, You Deserve An Island, which was released through InVogue Records back in September 2016. The album features the single “Pills.”

New England’s own Born Without Bones will serve as opening act. The indie/alt-rock trio is expected to perform tracks from their third studio LP, Young At The Bend, which was released through Devil You Know Records back in May. The 11-track album was preceded by the lead single “Muscle.”

Tickets can be purchased here at for just $12. Doors open at 8:30 p.m for the 18 & over event. Great Scott is located at 1222 Commonwealth Avenue in Allston, Massachusetts. For more information, visit Have Mercy’s website and Great Scott’s website.