#MusicMonday: Interview with Ellis Ludwig-Leone from San Fermin

When we visited Texas last month for Austin City Limits, we met up with San Fermin. And now, we’re excited to collaborate with San Fermin this holiday season on a holiday inspired playlist, which you can hear in stores from 11.21-12.1 and on Spotify. Want to see San Fermin play live in New York City? Enter our AEO x San Fermin Sweepstakes! Check out the Official Rules to win a pair of tickets for their December 17, 18 or 19 show.

We loved talking with San Fermin so much that we extended the conversation later with Ellis Ludwig-Leone, keyboardist and founding member of the band. We talked about everything from the inspiration behind their newest song, “No Devil,” to the band’s most embarrassing moment on tour. Check out our interview with Ellis below.

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Ellis on the keys during a show.

AEO: You’re embarking on your next European Tour soon, but by the time this publishes you’ll have finished it. What are you most looking forward to during that tour? 
Ellis: It’s our fifth or sixth European tour, so we kind of know what to expect when we get there. One of the things that’s so great about going to Europe is that there’s a sense of history there. Every venue you play is historic in some way. Every city you go to, you’ve heard about. That’s a thrill. It’s a real cultural experience. In particular, I always love when we play France. France is my favorite country to play outside of the U.S. We always get really good crowds there & the food is great.

AEO: So France is your favorite international country, but what is your favorite U.S. city to play?
Ellis: It’s hard to compete with New York because that’s where we’re from. We’ve played some really memorable shows there. I guess if I had to choose somewhere outside of New York… I really like playing San Francisco. That’s been a great place for us.  I love being in the city.

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AEO: We met you & the band at Austin City Limits this year. How was your time in Austin? 
Ellis: Austin is definitely one of my favorite cities to play, although it’s actually funny because we’ve now been to Austin five times, and every single time, it’s been for a festival. We’ve never done a headline show there. This time we were touring with Alt-J, so we played ACL Fest, and that night we played a show with them at Austin Music Hall, which was one of the last show’s they’ll ever have at that venue. It actually might have been my favorite show we’ve ever played.

AEO: You mentioned you love playing in NYC a lot, so we’re wondering what makes a show there more memorable for you?
Ellis: One thing that makes NYC different is that our friends & family are there, so it really is a different energy when you there are people who you love and care about are going to be there. Because we started here, we’ve played here more than other places. We have more of a track record here. We’ve done some really cool shows. We’ve played with St.Vincent at Prospect Park, which was awesome because I live across from Prospect Park.

AEO: Is there a certain place or festival you dream of performing?
Ellis: I’d love to play Primavera Sound in Spain. That festival is sort of known as one of the most fun places to play. In terms of a headline show but Barclay’s Center or Madison Square Garden would be a real thrill. Maybe someday!

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AEO: You’ve toured with and played with other big names like the Arctic Monkeys. What are some things you take away from playing with or opening for other bands?
Ellis: When I started the band, I wasn’t even thinking about it being a touring band. I really just wanted to make a record. It’s been a cool and unexpected thing that now that we tour all the time, we get to see all these bands up close and play with them. I found my musical influences have really opened up. I know contemporary music a lot better than when I started the band. After playing with Alt-J, I basically have all of their music memorized. Stuff sort of seeps in here and there, when you pick up a nice harmonic motion or an interesting live thing that they’ll do. You pick those things up along the way, and that’s what makes you a complete and professional band.


AEO: Considering now that you’re an eight-piece, touring band, it’s interesting that you only wanted to make an album when you first started. How did you get to where you are now as an ensemble?
Ellis: When I wrote the first record, because I wasn’t thinking of it as a touring band, I basically just wrote for whatever I wanted. I’d have, like, all these horns and strings. My background is in writing instrumental music. I studied classical music in college, so I knew how to do that stuff. Our label said I had to figure out how to make this thing work on the road. From there, I whittled it down from twenty-two musicians to eight, which is still a huge band, but it’s the minimal number of instruments you can bring and still make this music sound big and lush. That process was when it turned from a solo project to a real band.

AEO: Is there anyone you’d love to perform or collaborate with in the future?
Ellis: If we’re talking pipe dreams, I’d love to play with Paul Simon. He’s always been someone I’ve looked up to. It would be cool not only from a personal standpoint but also an historical standpoint. I’d be playing with someone who’s really done so much for music.

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AEO: Were you friends with the other band members before this?
Ellis: Allen, who sings lead guy vocals, and I have been really close since we were fifteen. We met at a summer songwriting/music camp at Berklee College of Music, actually. The brass players I knew from college, and everyone else I recruited when I got to New York.

AEO: When you’re creating music now, do you write as a whole band or are you still mainly doing the writing?
Ellis: I still do all the writing because it’s sort of how we started. There’s a little more room in the live show for people taking liberties. Everyone kind of knows the structure of the band, and it kind of eliminates that drama where everyone has a song.

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AEO: Do you know you want to feature a specific instrument or does that happen organically for you?
Ellis: At this point I know the musical personalities of all these people. Often we’ll be learning and practicing a new song, and I’ll just be like, “Hey Steve (who’s the sax player), I’m thinking of extending this part a little bit, could you do something like a low growl?” and then it develops into a groove. That’s how the second half of our song Parasites was born.

AEO: Could you speak to how you feel San Fermin is different from other bands?
Ellis: One thing that really makes us stand out is that I write the parts but I don’t sing. That’s kind of weird in the indie world. People are used to staring at the singer thinking they wrote the songs. Because I write the songs and stand off to the side by the keyboard, audiences are little more interested in watching the whole thing. It’s a little more equal that way.

AEO: Speaking of forming the band, how did you come up with the name San Fermin?
Ellis: It’s actually the name of the running of the bulls festival in Pamplona. I like the image of running from something, it resonates with me, especially when you’re running from something that you put yourself in the way of. You’re running from something just because you want to.

San Fermin

AEO: What inspired you to be a musician?
Ellis: When I was in high school, I had a string of very unsuccessful bands – a metal band, a cover band. I played classical piano on the side but I didn’t tell any of my friends because I thought it was kind of nerdy. When I got to college I tried to put that stuff together. I started writing arrangements for my bands and use my skills as a musician with my desire to write songs. That’s when I thought I could do this as a real job.

AEO: Do you have any advice for someone who wants to get into music?
Ellis: Treat music like it is your job, not something you do after whatever it is you do to make money. When I was in school, I would write music before I would do my homework. Think of it as your profession even before you’re making money doing that, because otherwise it can take a backseat to whatever else you’re doing, and suddenly you’ll have missed your shot.

San Fermin

AEO: Are you starting to work on your next album now as you’re touring?
Ellis: I’m actually waiting on purpose. I’ll probably start writing in the spring. In the meantime, I’ve been writing other music like orchestra pieces and ballets. When I come back to the band, I’ll have a fresh slate.

AEO: The band recently released “No Devil.” Tell us more about the inspiration behind the song.
Ellis: That’s the one song I’ve written since the last album came out. We were on the road, and that song sort of has a road feeling to it. Whenever I’m gone on tour, I find that I start feeling guilty about being away from home. It’s about thinking I’m running from some demon but it’s alright, it’s okay to be doing what I’m doing.

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AEO: Do you have a funny or embarrassing moment on tour?
Ellis: I hold this moment very dear to my heart. We were playing in Paris, and we walked on stage and our trumpet player John had a habit of raising his arms as we walked on stage. He was one of the first guys on stage as we walked out, immediately tripped on a monitor and went sprawling across the stage. He landed on all the guitar equipment. It was truly horrendous. We couldn’t start the show for at least a minute because we were all laughing.

AEO: How would you describe your on-stage presence?
Ellis: If you’ve only hear the recordings, the live show is surprisingly active. It’s a really energetic show. The brass players are jumping around and going out into the audience. It’s engaging and complicated because there’s always something going on. I try to stay to the side and let the live show be a moment for everyone else in the band. I like to think of myself as Larry from School of Rock. The shy keyboardist. That’s me.

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AEO: Can you describe the band’s everyday #AEOSTYLE?
Ellis: It’s definitely evolved. When we first started the only word you could give it is “scattered.” Everyone came into it with their own look. At this point, we generally wear dark colors, a lot of black. Some navy and dark greens. The girls tend to be more adventurous. Charlene wears a lot of jumpsuits. Rebekah has some really cool leather dresses. Allen has a lot of very small patterned t-shirts and denim overshirts. I generally wear a black denim jacket, a black t-shirt and black skinny jeans. When you’re on the road it helps to have layers.

Don’t forget to check out San Fermin’s Holiday Playlist online & listen for their picks in stores! Let us know your favorite San Fermin song in the comments below.

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Music Monday: November 2015 Playlist

Can you believe its November? Either can we! To bring in the new month, we’re celebrating with new sound that includes some of our favorite artists. Check out the playlist below and be sure to follow us on Spotify to gain access to all of our playlists.



  1. Nobody to Love- Alex Newell
  2. Chains of Love- The Arcs
  3. Put Your Number In My Phone- Ariel Pink
  4. All The Other Girls- Avid Dancer
  5. Sun Is Shining- Axwell^Ingrosso
  6. Change- Chainsmokers Remix- Banks
  7. Elevator Music- Beck
  8. Break A Sweat- Becky G
  9. No No No- Beirut
  10. The Party Line- Belle & Sebastian
  11. I Can Change – Kill Them With Colour Remix- Brandon Flowers
  12. Oh No- Bring Me The Horizon
  13. Class Historian- BRONCHO
  14. Hella- Cayucas
  15. Never Ending Circles- CHVRCHES
  16. Tonight- Coasts
  17. Debbie Downer- Courtney Barnett
  18. Breaker- Deerhunter
  19. Ocean Drive- Duke Dumont
  20. Safest Place- Echosmith
  21. Firefly- Bravado Dubstep Remix- Ed Sheeran
  22. 40 Watt- ELEL
  23. Good Times- Ella Eyre
  24. On My Mind- Ellie Goulding
  25. Something In The Way You Move- Ellie Goulding
  26. We Need Love- Family Of The Year
  27. Night Swimmers- Foals
  28. Call- Francesco Yates
  29. Blackout- Frankie
  30. Runaway (U & I)- Galantis
  31. First Time- Ghost Beach
  32. Till Sunrise- Goldroom, Mammals
  33. Imagination- Gorgon City, Katy Menditta
  34. Delerious- Grace Potter
  35. Love Myself- Hailee Steinfeld
  36. Turn Your Love- Half Moon Run
  37. Cash Flow- The Heirs
  38. How Do I Know- Here We Go Magic
  39. Sedona (Live from SXSW) – Houndmouth
  40. How I Want Ya- Hudson Thames
  41. Shots- Broiler Remix- Imagine Dragons
  42. Look At You- Jaill
  43. As Time Goes- Jr. Jr. 
  44. Jump- Kate Earl
  45. Here for You- Kygo, Ella Henderson
  46. Don’t Wanna Be Anywhere- La Luz
  47. Higher- Lia Ices
  48. Diamond- Lighting Dust
  49. Best Thing- machineheart
  50. Don’t Wait- Benny Blanco Remix- Mapei
  51. Can Hear The Trains Coming- Mathieu Santos
  52. Don’t Look Down- Matt Pond PA
  53. Year Zero- Moon Taxi
  54. Annie- Neon Indian
  55. Say My Name- ODEZA, Zyra
  56. Six Weeks- Of Monsters and Men
  57. Big Trouble- Outasight
  58. Crave- Parachute
  59. Freedom- Pharrell Williams
  60. Locked Away- R. City, Adam Levine
  61. Can’t Forget You- RAC, Chelsea Lankes
  62. Friends- Raury, Tom Morello
  63. Hurrican- The Royal Concept
  64. Jackrabbit- San Fermin
  65. Sober- Selena Gomez
  66. Can’t Be Your Superman- Skylar Spence 
  67. Want To Believe- Superhumanoids
  68. Let It Happen- Tame Impala
  69. WILD- Troye Sivan
  70. At Night in Dreams- White Denim
  71. Dim The Lights- Wild Ones
  72. Mr. Quiche- Wildcat! Wildcat!
  73. Not a One- The Young Wild

What do you want to hear on our Midnight Madness or December playlist? Tell us in the comments below!

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#AEOSTYLE Roundup: Austin City Limits

As the end of October  quickly approaches, we want to take a minute to reflect on how awesome the 2015 festival season was. Our festival tour ended with Austin City Limits two weeks ago, and we couldn’t have picked a better way to finish out the year. We loved everything about ACL Fest and Austin: the food, performances and, of course, fashion were all on point. Naturally, we’re recapping our favorite ACL looks featuring #AEOSTYLE. Check out all the photos below, and get some inspiration for next year (because we know you’re already planning!).

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Welcome to Texas!

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

ACL, we miss you already.


Spotted: #AEOSTYLE.

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Rock out in the AEO Buffalo Graphic T-Shirt.

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

If you didn’t wear AEO Hi Rise Festival Shorties, did you even go to a music festival?

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

Get crazy in our AEO Denim Western Shirt. Don’t forget the festival shorties!

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

But really – festival shorties are a must.

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

We loved the way our AEO Wool Feather Panama Hat brought out the colors in the AEO Patterned Cami.

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

Music festivals are the perfect venue to make a statement in bold patterns.

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

Keep a flannel around your waist in case the weather gets chilly (or you could always cozy up with a friend!).

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

Double trouble in #AEOSTYLE.

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

Peace, love and AEO plaids.

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

We saw wide brim hats all over Austin!

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

All the fringe. All the festival feels.

Austin City Limits AEO Festival Fashion

Wrap up the night in a blanket poncho.

How do you wear #AEOSTYLE? Tell us in the comments below or show us using #AEOSTYLE on Instagram and Twitter, and we’ll see you during the 2016 festival circuit!

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#MusicMonday: Kill Them With Colour Interview

We sat down with Wesley Marsh, the talent, heart and brains behind his band Kill Them With Colour to talk about music, style and the inspiration behind his success. Get to know Wesley in our exclusive AEO interview below and be sure to check out his new Brandon Flowers remix and more on Soundcloud.

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AEO: Hey Wesley! You’ve been making a big splash in the music world recently, but before we talk about music, we’ve heard this isn’t the only thing you’re good at. Some of your previous roles include model/actor, graphic designer and producer? Tell us about this transition from one form of expression to another,
Wesley: I was born in France and my dad started taking me to castings in Pairs. I started getting into that work around 1989-1990. I had a little agency and that’s how I made my university money. I also did acting shows and taught English to French speaking people. The graphic design is all self taught. I wanted to push the brand myself and refrain from having to always hit someone up for graphics. I’ve done a lot of art myself, painting in particular. Then the transition into music started around 2003.  I got my Com-Tech teacher to change the course so I could focus solely on music. I was DJing a lot with my friends and I was in point in college where I had to pick music so I chose that path.

AEO: What has experimenting with all of these forms of expression taught you about yourself?
Wesley: Be open, experiment .

AEO: Was there a specific artist, band or album that’s influenced your path in music?
Wesley: I used to dance to Michael Jackson for hours when I was younger. I’d come home from school and my dad would be working in the dining room and I’d be dancing. I would have to close the doors close in the dining room to start dancing haha. Deep Forest and Enya on long car rides with my mom also influenced my music. Others that inspired me were Trinidad- Dance Hall and Reggae, Soca Calypso, basically growing up with that type of stuff. I also appreciate Major Lazor because he uses electronic with reggae. It has all those touchpioints which I like. It’s pretty eclectic.

AEO: Who are some of your biggest influences in music? Is there anyone that you’d like to work with?
Wesley: The great classical composers, Beethoven. There’s so many. I always say Jai-Paul from the UK. He released like 1 song in the past 5 years BTSTU and its amazing. His work that comes out is so awesome. Maybe if I mentioned him I can pull him out of the woodwork haha!

AEO: What’s the process like to create a remix?
Wesley: If artists send me the A capella’s then it’s a lot easier. I’ll start with chopping up vocals and build a chord progression. From there on out I’ll just feel it out and figure out what track its going to be. It’s basically chopping up and sampling a lot of stuff. I like to use a persons remix for synths, vocal samples and processions.

AEO: How did you come up with the name Kill Them With Colour?
Wesley: My mom and her artist friend in Trinidad. They’d go around and sell art and when she couldn’t sell anything they would come up with a term called “kill them with color”. Basically painting with so much color that it would sell because of the vibrancy. For me, I sometimes have so many types of music that people say there’s a sound to the name.

AEO: You’ve played at plenty of music festivals this summer including FireFly, Hellow festival, Bestival, Moonrise and more. What’s it like playing in front of thousands of people?
Wesley: Firefly was insane. The energy was awesome. To walk out onto a stage and to see that it’s surreal and humbling. I didn’t expect that a year ago. I also had all my friends at Firefly so the vibe was amazing.

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AEO: Is there a music festival that you’d like to play at?
Wesley: Bonnaroo. I really want to play there.

AEO: What is your favorite place to perform?
Wesley: Beach, Pool Vibe. It plays into my upbringing. I need the sun and a nice beach.

AEO: Funniest or most embarrassing moment on the road?
Wesley: This would have to be at FireFly. We were staying in the camp grounds. I brought 10 of my homies and we decided to take all the windows and the roof off of my buddies jeep and duck tape my laptop and controllers to the top of the jeep. We drove around the camp site and I kid you not, we have go pro footage of like 40 people dancing around the jeep and I’m in the middle. My one friends holding a KTWC sign and my other friend is holding a huge Canadian flag. It was the best pre-party of the festival.


AEO: Best fan moment?
Wesley: Its as my first fan photo. I got off stage and my friend found this guy in the crowd, they brought him to the side and was like he wants a picture he’s your biggest fan. The best part about it was he was wearing the same Popsicle shirt as me so that was hilarious.

AEO: What advice do you have for someone who wants to get into music?
Wesley: Make music that you want to hear. Don’t be afraid to experiment.

AEO: Describe your #AEOSTYLE
Wesley: It’s funny that I have the name KTWC bc I wear a lot of black. I have custom black sneakers and tapered pants, black jeans with the pinroll, black shirt. I have all of these hats and tossing a bunch of multi-color paint on them so that’s the KTWC accent.

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AEO: Congrats on your launch of Brandon Flowers remix! Where can someone find out more about what you’re up to?
I’m always in the studio and on Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat (boraborlan). I always try to keep the snaps fun.

AEO: When you’re not playing music, what can we find you doing?
Wesley: Arts and crafts.

To learn more about Wesley and his work with Kill Them With Colour, check out his homepage!

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Austin City Limits Recap

We’d like to thank today’s guest blogger Grace, Senior Copywriter at AEO, who traveled to Austin City Limits with Social Media Coordinator Addie to capture every moment of the festival for us!

It’s been a week since Florence & the Machine closed the 13th annual Austin City Limits Festival, and we’re still star-struck by her mesmerizing performance. It was truly the perfect end to an epic weekend of music, dancing and #AEOSTYLE.

But before we get caught up swooning over Florence, let’s start at the beginning.


Greetings from Austin!

Austin City Limits Music Festival

Welcome to Zilker Park!

Day 1 was a whirlwind of travel, tacos and finding our groove in Zilker Park. After fueling up at Torchy’s and taking in the iconic art installations at Roadhouse Relics, we caught our first glimpse of the festival grounds. With 8 stages to choose from, we caught as much as we could of Leon Bridges‘ soulful sound before catching the tail end of an energetic set from the Kansas Bible Company. Tame Impala was our next stop before fueling up with some Salt Lick BBQ and GoodPop popsicles.

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GoodPop popsicles as the sun sets at ACL.

We were psyched to spot TONS of AEO festival shorties and graphic tees in the crowd, along with festival-perfect flower crowns and waist-tied flannels that came in handy when the sun set and the Foo Fighters took the stage for their second headlining performance.

Hope Outdoor Gallery

Next time you visit Hope Outdoor Gallery, try to spot our #AEOSTYLE tag!

Hope Outdoor Gallery

Our AEO Wool Panama Hat is the perfect ACL accessory.

We kicked off Day 2 with a trip to the famous Hope Outdoor Gallery, a can’t-miss stop on any Austin visit. We left our tag and headed to Zilker to meet up with this year’s Mayor of ACL, Lainey Gonzales.  The UT Austin freshman and official ACL ambassador of fun gave us her tips for enjoying the festival (“Don’t miss Walk The Moon!”) and told her favorite perk of being Mayor – being one of the first people on the grounds when the gates open and thousands of people swarm in to see their favorite acts.

Lainey Gonzales

The Mayor of ACL rocks our AEO Bell Sleeve Dress.

From HOLYCHILD to MisterWives to Modest Mouse, Saturday was packed with highlights. We noticed lots of soft lace and fringe details, along with the denim on denim look we can’t get enough of.

ACL Fashion

AEO Festival Shorties are a must for fans.

But it wasn’t just on the fans. The incredible San Fermin band let us snap a pick of their backstage style and chatted with us about their first time at ACL and their new single, No Devil.

San Fermin backstage at ACL

San Fermin backstage at ACL.

After spending some time in awesome Austin, they agreed that their next band goal was to headline a show in the city, but for now they’re happy to share the marquee with alt-J and Best Coast at the Hollywood Bowl, another bucket list venue. Their best advice to up-and-coming bands hoping to play ACL one day? “Play as much as possible. Talk to everyone who comes out to see you.” We were so stoked to meet these amazingly talented and refreshingly humble musicians as they make their way across the US on tour.

We rounded out Day 2 with one of the most talked about acts at ACL and sure enough, Drake did NOT disappoint. Drizzy had nothing but love for his Austin fam, and they proved theirs by singing along to a few of his earliest hits.

Drake killing it at ACL

Drake killed it on the main stage.

It wouldn’t have been a festival Sunday without a hearty Texas brunch to kick things off, and considering the lineup, we needed all the sustenance we could get.   The final fest day was filled with some of our favorite bands. Halsey, Classixx, Vance Joy and alt-J were some of the standout sets we saw, all leading up to the Florence & the Machine experience of a lifetime.

ACL Goodbye Weekend 2

What’s a music festival without a little fringe and flannel?

Until next year, ACL!

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Austin City Limits Festival Guide

Even though Summer’s passed, we’re not done with festival season! For the second weekend in a row, Austin is gearing up for one of the capital’s most loved festivals, Austin City Limits. Check out who we’re excited to see, what we’re excited to do and where we’re excited to eat in this year’s festival guide. Also, be sure to follow us on Snapchat as OfficialAEO and Instagram to follow our ACL experience!

Girls: Channel your inner seventies-inspired boho with #AEOSTYLE. We’re loving our Faux Suede Fringe Skirt paired back to a flowy top and button down for relaxed and ready-to-go, ATX style. Add a hat for style that’s not only on trend but practical in that southern heat, too!

Shop the look: Faux Suede Fringe Skirt |Lace Trim Cami | Denim Western Shirt | Wool Panema Hat | Swedish Hasbeen Agneta Shoe

Guys: This year, it’s all about athleisure which is perfect for this festival. Match your Joggers back to a fun graphic t-shirt and sneakers for concert-ready #AEOSTYLE. Add a backpack to carry all of your festival essentials.

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Shop the look: Jogger Pant | Applique Graphic T-Shirt | Lace Up Court Sneaker | Heritage Backpack

Leon Bridges:
 You may remember us talking about Leon earlier this year. We’re still loving his sound and highly recommend seeing him perform.


Photo Credit: @leonbridgesofficial

Foo Fighters: One of Austin’s headliners this year, we’ve been loving their sound since 1994.
HOLYCHILD: We can’t get enough of this Indie-Pop duo from LA.


Photo Credit: @holychild

San FerminWith their newest release, No Devil, San Fermin has been on our radar for bands to check out in ATX.
ECHOSMITH: This foursome sibling band  might be our favorite family. Ever.


Photo Credit: @echosmith

Drake: He’s everywhere at the moment. You can call us on our cell phone anytime, Drake.


Photo Credit: @Champagnepapi

BORNS: He’s been on our previous playlists since March. We love his energetic sound.
Ryn Weaver: This 23-year-old beauty has been making a splash in the music industry since last year. She was one of our top 10 artists to check out in 2015.


Photo Credit: @ryn_weaver

Vance Joy: He’s partnered with us in the past as one of our AEO Up Next artists and has been on plenty of our in-store playlists. Needless to say, we’re hooked.


Photo Credit: @vancejoy

Food Trucks:
Delicious, convenient and fun. We recommend Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQCow Tipping Creamery and Veracruz All Natural.


Photo Credit: @veracruzallnatural

Franklin BBQ: Brisket and chicken that’s finger lickin’ good. 
Easy Tiger Bakery/Cafe:
Good drinks, great food. Need we say more?


Photo Credit: @easytigeratx

6th Street:
Party from East to West down this famous street in the state capital.

6th street austin photo cred Davidlohr Bueso

Photo Credit: Davidlohr Bueso

Baylor Street Wall Art: Feeling colorful? Check out thgraffiti covered walls at 11th street and Baylor.
Dripping Springs: Cool off and take a dip in nature’s pool.

Hamilton Pool Dripping Springs

Photo Credit: Nikon F DSLR

Heading to ATX this weekend? Tag us wearing your #AEOSTYLE for a chance to be featured on AE.com!

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