Live Video: A Place to Bury Strangers

Live Video
Sam Hart
photos by Morgen Schuler (view set)

Merchants of sound A Place to Bury Strangers once again drops by KEXP to flex their effects pedals and energetic noise. Armed with songs from their new release, Transfixiation, the Brooklyn trio delivers skull-splitting feedback in true Strangers style but also evident in the opening track "Supermaster" and the romantically retro "Now It's Over", underneath all that shoegazing buzz is something beautiful and melodic. Turn your lights down low and watch the full moody set:

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