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Sarah Shook & The Disarmers w/ Scout Gillett

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Sarah Shook & The Disarmers
w/ Scout Gillett
Saturday, November 5*
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm
$13 Member / $15 General Admission Advance/ $18 General Admission Day of Show
All ages / Standing

North Carolina’s Sarah Shook sings with a conviction and hard honesty sorely lacking in much of today’s Americana landscape. Always passionate, at times profane, Sarah stalks/walks the line between vulnerable and menacing, her voice strong and uneasy, country classic but with contemporary, earthy tension. You can hear in her voice what’s she’s seen; world weary, lessons learned—or not—but always defiant. She level-steady means what she says. Writing with a blunt urgency—so refreshing these days it's almost startling—Sarah's lyrics are in turn smart, funny, mean, and above all, uncompromising. The Disarmers hit all the sweet spots from Nashville’s Lower Broad to Bakersfield and take Sarah's unflinching tales out for some late-night kicks. At times, it’s as simple and muscular as Luther Perkins’ boom-chicka-boom, or as downtown as Johnny Thunders. The Disarmers keep in the pocket, tight and tough.

*(Rescheduled to November 5. Old date: Friday, May 20)

About Scout Gillett:

Brooklyn-via-Kansas City artist Scout Gillett today shares her sultry, hypnotic new single “444 marcy ave”from her forthcoming debut album no roof no floor, due out on October 28th via Captured Tracks. It arrivesalongside a self-directed video that feels like a sci-fi fever dream, finding Scout at the ‘Space Odyssey’room in a New Jersey motel wearing a disco ball helmet handmade by her fashion designer friend KatyBird. “This song was written to encourage my friends and myself to surrender to the present moment andgive this whole being alive thing our best shot,” Scout explains. “444 is my angel number that I’ve seensince deciding to move to New York in 2017. Marcy Ave is a special place to me, where I’ve made a lot ofmy fondest memories living in New York.”

Of the video, she adds: “It was inspired by a daydream I had in December 2020… I have no idea why…maybe it was just apocalyptic times? I was listening to ‘444 marcy ave’ on my stoop in Brooklyn and all Icould see was a space-suit and a disco ball head dancing around. I called Katy to share the idea and wejust got so lost in this world. I had so much fun designing this costume with her.” no roof nofloor—produced by Nick Kinsey (Kevin Morby) and featuring contributions from Ellen Kempner(Palehound) and David Lizmi (MS MR)—is available for pre-order.


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