According to their Instagram, Brooklyn-based post-apocalyptic pop duo Prince Rama has been hanging out in California for a few days now, and we can only imagine what kind of preparations they are making for their upcoming exhibition and show at CULT Gallery this Saturday. 

The space on Mission Street is celebrating its first birthday with How To Live Forever, a series of installations and performances by sisters Taraka and Nimai Larson, the avant-garde psychedelic pair and Paw Tracks artists known for their ritualistic pop performance art. The show runs from its opening on Saturday night through February 14th, and will feature work based on their 2012 album Top Ten Hits Of The End Of The World as well as further exploration of established themes and influences as diverse as the afterlife, glam, and and Philip K. Dick. The opening party is sure to be full of strobe lights, body paint, and stuff to dance to.

Check out their track "Summer of Love" below:

CULT One Year Anniversary with Prince Rama
CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions
3191 Mission Street
January 24th, 2015
7-10pm

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