Philadelphia progressive rock trio Mo Lowda and The Humble will be taking the stage with The Mammoths for an unforgettable night of musical exploration at 10 p.m. Aug. 9 at The Lariat.

Born in the “beer-soaked basements” of Philly, Mo Lowda and The Humble consists of Jordan Caiola on vocals and guitar, Shane Woods on drums, and Jeff Lucci on bass, according to The Lariat’s official website. Caiola effortlessly combines effervescent guitar loops with driving forceful vocals reminiscent of Caleb Followill from Kings of Leon.

Melding searing rock ‘n’ roll with laid back spacey translucent guitar work creates an out of body experience of rock ‘n’ roll bliss. Penetrating, uplifting lyrics drive the Explosions in the Sky-Esque compositions deep into the soul as Caiola masterfully carries audiences through a roller coaster of emotions with every live performance.

Veterans of the road and national touring act favorites, Mo Lowda and The Humble have become one of the top purveyors of progressive rock with their unique fusion of exploratory rock and soul. With three solid studio albums under their belts, Mo Lowda and The Humble draw from a diverse catalog of original and unique material that’s both evocative and dynamic.

Joining Mo Lowda on stage will be Austin, Texas-based blues-funk aficionados The Mammoths whose sound lives up to its name. The Texas quartet is a force to be reckoned with and “transcend(s) the barrier of blues-rock into funk psych-soul” through their ability to explore multiple genres, according to The Mammoths’ official band website.

Friday night will see two of the most uniquely evocative bands on the scene today. They will take the stage together for a night of unforgettable musical mastery that is not to be missed.