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The House You Grew Up In w/ Venray, Touch The Buffalo, 13 Friday’s

Thursday, June 16
Doors: 7:30pm

Doors at 7:30 | Show at 8
All Ages

13 Friday’s: 13 Friday’s are a Canadian alternative rock band from Oakville, Ontario. Formed in 2019, the band is composed of a collective of musicians. Brendan Saunders formed the group after recruiting each member individually to record the band’s first EP, “Coming Soon.”

The House You Grew Up In, abbreviated THYGUI, is a 5 piece psychedelic indie rock band from Washington DC. THYGUI blends the sound and feel of late-60s-era psychedelic rock with the abstract lyrics and humor of indie bands of the 90s and 2000s like Pavement and The Unicorns. In recent years, THYGUI’s sound has begun to include more churning basslines and dreamy melodies reminiscent of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Beck, and The B-52s. Formed in 2010 as the solo project of Jordan Brown, the band’s songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist, THYGUI changed size and composition several times before settling into its current lineup. Drummer Raymond O’Mara and guitarist Damon Effingham joined Brown in 2014 and were joined shortly after in 2015 by their childhood friend and bass player, James Howard. Cait Hone joined THYGUI as an additional vocalist in early 2019.

Venray is a power-pop rock duo from Washington, DC. Alternatively labeled as surf- grunge or garage-punk, their sound has been described as “catchy AF”. The duo  is characterized by their sing-along melodies, giant hooks, and high-energy live performances. venray’s music ranges from breezy ballads to crunchy rippers that will appeal to fans of Car Seat Headrest, Wavves, Grace Vonderkuhn, and Top Nachos.

We are Touch the Buffalo – a four piece rock band that formed in Arlington, Va in early 2017. We don’t know what we’re doing, but we’re doing it. That’s why our debut EP is entitled Ulrich. GO watch a Knights Tale. Listen to our music first – but then go watch a Knights tale. **Also – one of the guitars you hear in our songs, is actually an electric ukulele. F#&kin millenials ruining rock music with their f#&kin ukuleles