A Place To Bury Strangers played a set on Sunday down at Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, Texas and are scheduled to be all the way up in San Francisco just three days later – yes, tonight – to headline a gig at The Independent. I caught up with them to find out how their latest album Worship is being received out on the road, and to get their 30-second pitch on why San Franciscans need to come out and see them down on Divisadero. Check out the interview, above, and let’s hope the SFPD doesn’t get wind of what the trio had to say.
Here’s the video for “And I’m Up”, the newest single from Worship:
A Place To Bury Strangers, Bleeding Rainbow, Wild Moth
November 7, 2012