Thee Oh Sees bring a rare element to the music scene. Hailing from the great city of San Fransisco, the band channels psychedelic, punk, and rock and roll influences to produce an unforgettable and one of a kind sound. In more basic terms, they’re incredibly badass. Thee Oh Sees have been around for quite some time with numerous name and band member changes. Now a quartet including John Dwyer, Brigid Dawson, Petey Dammit, and Mike Shoun, Thee Oh Sees have revolutionized themselves while still remaining true to their unique sound.
If you were able to catch their performance at this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival, then you know exactly what it feels like to see true musical greatness rock the stage. What’s more satisfying than a band sounding better live than recorded? Nothing, actually. And Thee Oh Sees explode new life to all of their performances. Known for their crazy, high energy shows, they know exactly how to get everybody moving into a cuckoo-dancing, profusely-sweating mess. You’ll love every second of it, guaranteed.
Whether you’re a loyal fan, or a newbie to their music, Thee Oh Sees is a band whose show you can’t afford to miss. And a chance of experiencing true rock music euphoria is just around the corner. This Saturday, September 15th, they’ll be playing at La Zona Rosa with the always brilliant Ty Segall, and Austin natives Flesh Lights and Gal Pals. It’d be a shame to miss this sure to be crazy awesome night. So reward yourself for surviving this long, weather-moody week and go to the show!