Live Video: Weed

Live Video, Local Music
Jim Beckmann
photo by Charina Pitzel (view set)

Understandably, Vancouver band Weed often has difficulty crossing the border. In fact, KEXP's John Richards had to write a letter so they could travel from Canada to perform live with him on the Morning Show last month. But it's really not the sticky green stuff border guards try to sniff out that the band resembles so much. They're a different kind of "good Weed", their sound seemingly insidious and certainly hard to pull out of your head, while growing wild along roadsides traversed by noisemakers like Nirvana, My Bloody Valentine and Dinosaur Jr.. Watch as Weed takes over the studio for their first ever KEXP session:

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