It is supposed to snow again tomorrow (eff...) but if there is any show worth braving the storm for it's this one, Sunday night at TT the Bear's. Beach Fossils are on a quick tour in support of their excellent new post-punk-inspired full-length, Clash The Truth. They play a record release show on Saturday night in Manhattan and then are driving up to Boston the next day to play a Phoenix-presented show with dream-pop locals Orca Orca and Burglary Years
Last month, we posted a Q&A with Beach Fossils singer/guitarist Dustin Payseur, where he explained the songwriting process that led him to his band's sophomore album, Clash The Truth. "It’s [about] a lot of frustration from a lot of different sources," he said. "Just kind of seeing the way that a lot of the rest of the music industry treats music and it seems silly, its just a game, there's so much involved with just purely about profit that seems so silly and so completely far from the point at all.
Although not a feature of this post, we ran in to GWAR at the convention center. That’s some rad GWAR butt on the right there. Here’s where they interviewed us.
My brain is slowly eroding. The combination of beer, little sleep and free energy drinks has not been kind to me. Anyway.