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STRFKR

10 Year Anniversary

Recommended, Don’t Miss

Neumos Capitol Hill
Sept 20–21, 8 pm All Ages

$28/$30 (sold out)

Recommended by Andrew Gospe

STRFKR started as Joshua Hodges’s scrappy one-man dance act, and in the late 2000s grew into a three-piece that put on shambolic live shows at Portland DIY spaces. (Think lots of costumes and instrument swapping.) Ten years in, though, the group has changed into a rather buttoned-up, anonymous-sounding electro-pop band—sonically, every STRFKR record is enjoyable, but not particularly distinctive. Being No One, Going Nowhere, a 2016 album whose title references the teachings of a Buddhist nun, continues a recent trend of writing explicitly about heavier themes like existentialism and Eastern philosophy. Maybe that’s what sets STRFKR apart from other electro-pop bands: a sense of their own mortality. On this tour, STRFKR are rolling through on the 10-year anniversary tour behind their self-titled debut LP, which means one set will be devoted to delivering it in its entirety.

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Neumos

925 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
206-709-9442
http://www.neumos.com

Event Times
This event is in the past.
  • Sept 20–21, 8 pm