Guys… that concert at Earth House last Friday. Maybe you went to it?
That band that live-tweeted its recent recording sessions. Maybe you heard about it?
Did you know that those guys (Lioness) were these guys (Linus) all along?!
That’s right – with a new name and a newish Twitter feed, one of Wesleyan’s most well-known Gangs of Slightly More than Four are reasserting their presence, finals be damned. The bros to end all bros have finally released one of their classics, Flying Goodnight (from lead vocalist and guitarist Dema Paxton Brofang ’13: “it’s pretty much the first song we’ve ever written together.”), for popular consumption. And boy, is it sumptuous. This polished cut is decadent, savory, and other words normally used to describe food. …cut me some slack, y’all. I’m not a professional music writer like some people, okay?
Just in case you were wondering, Lioness are Jason Katzenstein ’13, John Snyder ’12, Dylan “Adrien DeFontaine ’13” Bostick ’13, Ethan Young ’13, and the aforementioned D.P.B. For more on
The Flyness Lioness, check out a transcription of their oral arguments at Oral Wes.
You could also try Aural Wes, if you feel weird about clicking that.
While we’re doing the link redundancy thing, don’t forget to LISTEN AND DOWNLOAD FREE LIONESS MUSIC SONGS RIGHT HERE and SEE THINGS LIONESS MUSIC SONGS TYPED HERE or HERE AS WELL.