Hood to Hood Day 2015: Hop Along

Hood to Hood
05/29/2015
Janice Headley
all photos by Morgen Schuler (view set)

We closed out our Hood-to-Hood broadcast with a bang, specifically the boisterous crash of Philly-based indie rockers Hop Along. Frontwoman Frances Quinlan has a wild howl of a voice that shook the windows of West Seattle businesses down the California Avenue corridor. With screeching feedback and screaming vocals, the '90s-inspired band ripped through their latest full-length Painted Shut, out now on Saddle Creek Records. The band has been called "Philadelphia’s best kept secret," but West Seattle blew the lid off that secret today.

Hood to Hood: Hop Along

Hood to Hood: Hop Along

Hood to Hood: Hop Along

Hood to Hood: Hop Along

Hood to Hood: Hop Along

Hood to Hood: Hop Along

Hood to Hood: Hop Along

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