Thursday, June 10, 2010
the henry clay people @ fingerprints 6.09.10
fingerprints is easily my favorite record store. they are known for having really cool intimate instores, and this one was no exception. as the henry clay people got bigger and started playing more shows, many of those shows were 21+, which meant i could never attend. therefore, i was usually left seeing them in awkward settings. however, i've come to appreciate them as a band who could win over anyone in any setting no matter how uncomfortable. they played most of the songs on the new record as well as 'you can be timeless,' and a few covers including operation ivy's 'knowledge' and the replacements 'can't hardly wait.' i really wanted them to play 'randy where's the rest of me?,' but other then that it was a pretty perfect set.
Posted by Christopher Gordon at 3:54 PM
Labels: show review, the henry clay people
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