Ahhh Louisville. There are a few cities that we have traveled to that are starting to feel more and more like home, and Louisville is in that category. We had such a good time playing at Kaiju. Thanks so much to Second Story Man to playing with us, and to McKinnley for setting it up//running sound! Also, here is a write up of the show. THANK YOU SYD BISHOP FROM LEO :D
Semi-interesting things that happened at the show were...
I met a very cool artist named Sabra Lynne. We hit it off because we both love birds, and she happens to be obsessed with painting them. She told me about how she grew up loving birds because it was what her and her Grandmother, who she lived with, bonded over. I got to see a lot of her work-which sort of personifies birds. Sabra said that a lot of her recent bird paintings are politically inspired with all of the tension, unease, and hatred of the Trump administration. Here is a link to her work. click here for art
Other semi interesting part of the night was that my cello's G string broke early on in our set- WHICH MEANT that I was forced to try out the backup cello we have had sitting in the back of the van all this time.. it has a super rich dark tone, but we haven't quite figured out how to lessen the feedback on it. Anyway, it was fun to try it out. Pictures of the two cellos hanging out below.