Boston’s Bat House Soar into the Kings Rook Club

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Wednesday, June 8th, 2016 at 1:30 PM
Boston’s Bat House Soar into the Kings Rook Club by Bridget Fessler
Bat House

Saturday, June 18

Mark your calendars for another night of incredible live experimental music right here in Erie. Bat House is self-described as “spacement,” which does their sound absolute justice. The intricate rhythms laid out by vocalist and bassist Emmet Hayes and drummer Pompy correlate with riffs shredded by dual guitarists Ally Juleen and Shane Blank in utter synchronicity. If you’re into up-and-coming math rock, you definitely want to find yourself at the Kings Rook Club on Saturday, June 18th.

Erie-based acts Wave Trails will follow Jess Royer and Nick Warren, who’ll kick off the evening. The dynamic duo will be churning out dreamy melodies accompanied by soothing vocals that will be sure to leave you swooning.

“We are excited to be a part of bringing a different variety of bands to the Rook,” adds Wave Trails drummer, Ben Himan.

The psychedelic punk trio have recently been taking the local music scene by storm. Their live performance is chaotic, cohesive, and mesmerizing. You absolutely want to bring your dancing shoes to this show.

This upstairs venue show is free to all club members and their guests.

Be sure to bring some extra cash and your appetite, for Sakura’s Kitchen will be there serving up some of Erie’s finest gourmet tacos as well! – Bridget Fessler

10 p.m. // 1921 Peach St. // Free admission with member ID  // facebook.com/kingsrookclub

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