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Get a Little Freaky Tomorrow at The Bowery Ballroom

July 26th, 2013

About eight years ago, singer-guitarist Jeremy Earl began recording a solo project that eventually blossomed into the lo-fi freak-folk Brooklyn band Woods. G. Lucas Crane (tape effects), Kevin Morby (bass) and Jarvis Taveniere (multiple instruments) joined Earl to round out the sound when playing live, and they’ve gone on to release seven acclaimed albums—highlighted by 2009’s Songs of Shame—in seven years, including 2012’s Bend Beyond (stream it below), which was recorded very quickly in order to capture the band’s magnetic live sound. Of course, you can check out their live sound for yourself when—along with Endless Boogie and Alex Bleeker and the Freaks, with trippy visuals provided by Drippy Eye Projections—Woods (above, performing “Bend Beyond” for Windows Have Eyes) play The Bowery Ballroom tomorrow night.