Cincinnati band the Lions Rampant are hot off the release of their new album, It's Fun to Do Bad Things. The band already celebrated the album's release in their hometown and will also do shows in Dayton, Columbus and Chicago in support of the record. Nick and Nate from the Lions Rampant visited the WYSO studios to share some tracks from their new album and talk about the band's upcoming plans.
The Lions Rampant will celebrate the release of It's Fun to Do Bad Things in Dayton on Saturday, March 27th at South Park Tavern.
This Sunday marks the debut of the Yellow Springs Short Film Festival at the Little Art Theater.
"There's a range in films. There are 17 in total, and they're all from local or regional filmmakers. Mainly Greene county, Montgomery county and Clark at this point, but there's also one from Warren county. They range from 1 to 15 minutes, but most of them are between five and ten [minutes]. So 17 films, but it's not too long of a program," says Vanessa Query, an Antioch College grad and the guiding force behind the film festival.