In the spirit of giving thanks and being around friends and family, San Francisco favorite son Jon Dwyer will bring Thee Oh Sees to The Chapel for two sold out shows, November 29 and 30.
The band has been incredibly restless between lineup changes and recording two albums (in one session) for 2016. In August the band released their seventeenth studio album (and first to feature the dual drumming dynamic of Ryan Mountinho and Dan Rincon) titled A Weird Exits.
A Weird Exits is an eight-track LP that received immense praise across critical channels for strong variety and a level quality consistency worth getting excited about.
In two weeks, on November 18, the band will release their 18th studio effort and counterpart to the August release, An Odd Entrances. We like the word play, but at only six tracks (for a grand total of 14 across the two albums) it feels as if they are selling themselves or the fans short by splitting the releases.
Regardless, Thee Oh Sees have a storied history of producing quality work alongside their prolific quantity, and fans are excited to continue devouring Dwyer’s hybrid output of psychedelic-progressive-punk music. These two shows should be no exception.
Opening both evenings will be Sydney, Australia’s Alex Cameron featuring Roy Molloy on saxophone. Cameron is experiencing critical acclaim for his 2016 release Jump The Shark.