Bully is an indie-rock quartet from Nashville.
  • By Mac McGuire
  • Updated 11:18 AM
    September 24, 2015

Mohawk Place is set to host buzzing Nashville quartet Bully on Saturday.

The college-rock-channeling quartet dropped its NPR-approved debut album “Feels Like” in early summer, leading many critics to compare the group to ’90s alt-rock stars like PJ Harvey and the Breeders in addition to being deemed the “female Cloud Nothings” due to its rough around the edges, hook-heavy indie rock.

Opening for Bully will be Montreal garage-gazers Heat. The group dropped its latest EP “Rooms” back in the spring, and just jumped on tour with Bully late last week for a monthlong joint itinerary.

Doors for Saturday’s show open at 7 p.m., and tickets are still available for $12 upon your arrival.

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