Live Video: Kevin Murphy of The Moondoggies at Sub Pop Silver Jubilee

Live Video, Local Music
Anna McClain
Photo by Morgen Schuler

In addition to the wealth of artists imported into Seattle to work with the city's legendary label, Sub Pop Records highlighted the best of the Northwest's seemingly endless talent, from Mudhoney to Rose Windows, during their Silver Jubilee. Before Seattle's The Moondoggies ended the night with their unforgettable performance on the Hardly Art ticket, KEXP caught up with guitarist and vocalist Kevin Murphy backstage at Sub Pop's Silver Jubilee. Watch Murphy's heartfelt solo performance of three new songs from The Moondoggies' upcoming album Adios I'm a Ghost as well as one from their sophomore album Tidelands. The Moondoggies' third studio album will be available August 13th!

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