Live Video: Mommy Long Legs

Live Video, Local Music
Sam Hart
photo by Greg Stonebraker (view set)

As lighthearted as they are lethal, Seattle’s Mommy Long Legs stepped into our live room to rock out a handful of tracks from their debut release, Life Rips, comprised of clever, hooky punk rock that mixed furious righteousness with a wicked sense of humor. Songs like "Horrorscope" and the title track "Life Rips" turn the volume up to 11 as the fierce foursome bring about their self-branded Barf-core/fart-core music. It’s damn near impossible not to fall in love with these kooky and creative tunes, so watch the full set and see how hard it is to walk away.

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