For those eager to break out the jelly sandals, side ponytails and neon of yore, the perfect opportunity has presented itself: jamming to SF’s Butterfly Bones will bring you back to the Cyndi Laupers and the Bananaramas of your youth. Performing at Bottom of the Hill tomorrow to celebrate the release of their Pretty Feelings EP, the band can be expected to lay down some extra-synthy jams over spare, uncomplicated bass and drums. Â Many tracks feature simple sing-along lyrics, making for awesome late-summer road trip tunes.Â
[audio:https://www.thebaybridged.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/01-xoxo-2.mp3] Butterfly Bones – “XOXO”
The rest of the line-up is decidedly un-pop, although there’s a certain ’80s influence permeating throughout the post-punk and shoegaze of Portland’s The Prids and local trio Swann Danger.
Show starts at 9. 18+. $8.