Lungs and Limbs

Neck of the Woods Presents:

Lungs and Limbs

Fritz Montana, EagleWolfSnake

Friday, June 17, 2016

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

$7.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Lungs and Limbs
If you're a fan of electronic-pop music, then you've got to hear Lungs and Limbs." (SF Weekly). Known for their thick, hip-hop-and-80's-inspired beats, cowboy guitar licks and hook-laden vocals, alt-pop band Lungs and Limbs are a rising sound from the Bay Area. Their debut EP Lifelike (2015) received positive press from critics in the Bay Area, Boston, LA, Germany and beyond. On December 2 the band will release their second EP, Big Bang. Do the Bay calls Lungs and Limbs "...a tight, clean sound that is refreshing to hear in a sea of lo-fi garage rock that seems to sometimes dominate the local music scene in SF.
Fritz Montana
Growing up as products of the Bay Area’s suburbs, three ambitious and passionate young men met on a whim and haven’t looked back since. With their minds set on proving that rock and roll isn’t dead, Fritz Montana burst onto the local music scene, securing a spot to open for Kings of Leon, Vampire Weekend, Queens of the Stone Age, AFI, Arctic Monkeys, and Capital Cities. This success quickly led to playing with other renowned artists, including Glass Animals, Royal Blood, The Strypes, Little Hurricane, and helped garner a spot on the 2015 BottleRock Napa lineup. Staying true to their roots, these men have dedicated their lives to the betterment of American music and the creation of heart-melting soulful jams.
EagleWolfSnake
"EagleWolfSnake is one of the tightest, fullest sounding trios I’ve heard in quite awhile. Just listen to their debut EP for evidence: layered vocals that make choruses arena-ready, chiming guitar lines that effortlessly float through the driving beats, deceptively simple song structures featuring big melodic hooks and an explicit desire to get your feet moving. You can reference everyone from the Speaking In Tongues incarnation of the Talking Heads to any era of Franz Ferdinand (because, let’s face it, those guys never really did change up their sound, did they?), but for brevity’s sake, it’s better just to classify the band as danceable rock/pop ear candy. “Empty Weather” is especially catchy and so concisely constructed you’ll wish it was longer than just two-and-a-half minutes." - The Bay Bridged
Venue Information:
Neck of the Woods
406 Clement Street
San Francisco, CA, 94118
http://neckofthewoodssf.com