Portland's chamber-pop outfit Loch Lomond will headline upstairs at the World Cafe Live at The Queen in Wilmington on Oct. 13. The opener is Wilmington singer-songwriter Pat Kane.

Portland's chamber-pop outfit Loch Lomond will headline upstairs at the World Cafe Live at The Queen in Wilmington on Oct. 13. The opener is Wilmington singer-songwriter Pat Kane.

The group released their "Pens From Spain" LP on Sept 2. The album is filled with engaging vocal harmonies, thoughtfully multilayered arrangements, finger-picked guitar, chimes, bells and synths.

In addition to employing notable visceral and expert melodic acrobatics, the co-ed sextet of Loch Lomond distinctly incorporates the use of vibraphone, piano, guitars, mellotron, clarinet, flute, drums, bass and other sonic treatments to foil the even more distinct and arresting voice of lead singer/multi-instrumentalist Ritchie Young.

Loch Lomond recently tapped to contribute four songs to the Academy Award-nominated soundtrack for the stop-motion masterpiece "Boxtrolls" and released a European split 7" with Ty Segall. 

For more information, visit lochlomondmusic.com.