Love & Valor

Performed in Sofar Raleigh / Durham, Greensboro, Nashville and Richmond

Love & Valor is a Americana-flavored indie folk band based out of Burlington, North Carolina. Known for their memorable originals, that range from the gorgeous slow melodies of “Truly Dear” to the crowd-energizing “Old Time Religion”, Love & Valor captivates every time. Their unique and indie sound has been influenced by the likes of The Lumineers, Jackson Browne, Mumford and Sons, Alabama Shakes, The Band, and The Head and the Heart. The word on Love & Valor is getting around. Their fan-base grows daily on sites such as Soundcloud, where each of their releases rack up streams well into the thousands, including the ever-popular “Truly Dear” at over 260,000 listens. Their Youtube video for “Truly Dear" has surpassed 20,000 views and gains more by the minute. They have been featured on popular websites such as,,,, and The band was also featured on the New & Noteworthy section of for a week while promoting their self-titled EP, which can be found and downloaded for free on the site. Love & Valor has built up a very large and dedicated fan base in Burlington, and has begun branching out in North Carolina and surrounding states. The band is looking to start the process of touring around the United States, following the recent release of their first full-length album, “Place I Should Be.” The long-awaited album was extremely well-received, and they have launched the production process for their next two albums already. Each member of Love & Valor is uniquely talented; they all help each other in the process of crafting the songs and arrangements that signify their sound. During live performances they all share the spotlight singing, playing multiple instruments, and helping with background harmonies and gang vocals. When you see them live, you will agree that their performances are packed with energy and intimate inspiration.

Videos by Love & Valor

Upcoming events by Love & Valor

Thursday, 02 December 2021
Carrboro, NC, US
Cat's Cradle Back Room