With skonky, psychedelic garage bands (Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees) fleeing San Francisco in droves (wipes tear from eye), this city should always welcome visiting bands like Meatbodies with open arms.

Artistic compadres of Segall and Mikal Cronin (another dearly-departed San Franciscan), Meatbodies write fast, uncomplicated garage rock songs that feature plenty of vocal whelps, pulsating bass lines, and over-the-top cymbal crashes. In short, they kick ass.

On Tuesday, they’ll set up shop at The Chapel for what will surely be a memorable gig. These guys are dynamite performers, adhering to the Segall-approved live formula of verse, chorus, MOTHERFUCKING SOLO, solo, solo, end.

San Francisco punk bands Toyota and Mane will open for Meatbodies.

Meatbodies, Mane, Toyota
The Chapel
December 20, 2016
9pm, $15