Sloucher Live At Easy Street Records - November 16th!

They’ve landed opening slots for acts like Angel Olsen and Guided By Voices and opened the main stage at the 2017 Sasquatch! Music Festival. Two years later, Seattle band Sloucher is releasing what they're heralding as the first truly collaborative record, Be True, on November 16 via Swoon Records. The album builds upon their heavily influenced 90’s sound, prior to recording the band culminated a playlist of artists such as blink-182, Sheryl Crow, Elliot Smith, and more. It’s a testament to the band’s eclectic taste, but also their discerning ears. More often than not, the common denominator became the guitar sounds between the different records. “I feel like people are kind of brushing off guitar rock, it’s not something that’s super cool right now – at least not in the mainstream,” Sloucher’s Jay Clancy says. “So we’re trying to tap into that base of people who are still really into that music and have an appreciation for it.

We will have copies of their new album Be True, available November 16th!

Catch them November 23rd at Barboza with Snuff Redux (Easy Street In-Store Alum) and Red Ribbon (Heeeey!).

But first! Catch them here, live at Easy Street for a street date in-store! 

Friday, November 16th

7 PM

Free & All-ages!