Live Video: Destroyer

Live Video, Local Music
10/20/2015
Janice Headley
photo by Melissa Wax (view set)

Though a man of few words in person, singer/songwriter Dan Bejar finds his voice through music, which rang out loud and clear when his project Destroyer stopped by the KEXP studios. With his tenth full-length, Poison Season, what began as a mostly-solo project of Bejar's has expanded into a eight-piece touring act, robust with horns and harmonies. Shy and soft-spoken, smiling from behind dark sunglasses, Bejar led his band through an expansive, lush session of jazzy sophisti-pop that words can't begin to describe. Watch below.

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