THE BRIGHT LIGHT SOCIAL HOUR + JAMES SUPERCAVE + BEDOUINE @ THE ECHO
Photos by Debi Del Grande
Austin’s The Bright Light Social Hour stopped by The Echo for a night of rocking psychedelic vibes. But in order to continue those good vibes for upcoming dates on their tour, a few of them will need some clothing. Unfortunately, after their San Francisco gig last night, someone smashed their van windows (what is it with SF?) and stole some luggage which leaves a few of them without proper warm clothing for some cold weather ahead on their tour. If you would like to help out so they can make the rest of their tour in some warm clothes, please go donate here.
It was inevitable the venue would be packed with people who wanted to groove for locals James Supercave as frontman Joaquin Pastor (lead vox/guitar) and the talented band, which includes Patrick Logothetti (synths/keyboards) and Andres Villalobos (guitar/backing vocals) played some songs off their debut album Better Strange which is finally out February 12th.
Another local was a welcomed last minute addition to the lineup. Bedouine took the stage solo sitting in a chair with her guitar and incredible vocals.