Live Video: Tacocat

Live Video, Local Music
Jake Uitti
photo by Victoria Holt (view set)

It would be great to construct this write-up as a complete palindrome, but probably only Tacocat could pull that off! Instead, let it suffice that this Seattle four-piece is hella charming — from the new ice cream flavor coming out under their name all the way down to their latest album title, NVM, a nod to Nirvana's Nevermind. Recently, Tacocat stopped by KEXP's Audioasis with Larry Rose (sitting in for Sharlese) to play some thoughtfully-punk tunes off their new album. They finished the set with their track "Crimson Wave", a fantastic surf-laden sing-along about "that time of the month". Watch the entire performance here:

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