Sean McCarthy ’14 writes in about an “unholy alliance of mountain-man beards and electronic equipment” goin’ down at Eclectic tonight. Plus, post-WestCo faves Treasure Island are in the house, and their so-fresh-so-clean “Be My Baby” cover, too. More from Aural Wes
Backed by an unholy alliance of mountain-man beards and electronic equipment, all fronted by a tender falsetto, Tan Vampires will be coming to Wesleyan to bring their own jam-band sensibilities to the stage.
Opening the night will be Wesleyan favorites, Treasure Island. Their singer Faith Harding is fresh off her unreal solo debut in Memorial Chapel opening for Julianna Barwick (watch this shit if you remain a lonely skeptic), and the rest of the band is tighter than ever. If there were ever a reason to get out of your house early to get to a show, it is to see this up-and-coming four piece cover “Be My Baby.”
Ready thyself for the blistering vocals of Jake Mehrmann and some serious beards. New Hampshire’s in the house!