Live Video: Tacocat

Live Video, Local Music
07/22/2016
Zach Frimmel
photo by Victoria Holt (view set)

One of Seattle's most notable feminist impetuses is the outfit Tacocat. The Capitol Hill four-piece has not only perfected their glamorously zany fashion, but also how they articulate their outspoken pop punk panache via satirical songs like "I Hate the Weekend" and "The Internet". Having recently released their third album, Lost Time, on Hardly Art, the wild 'n' weird-embracing bunch continue to bedazzle through their quirky personalities and refined showpersonship.

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