Caveman released second album, played Webster Hall with Lucius and Pure Bathing Culture (pics + LP stream)
photos by Dominick Mastrangelo
Caveman @ Webster Hall, 4/10/2013
And how was this vision a departure from CoCo Beware?
We were seeing a lot more UFOs, getting more into the universe vibe.
It does sound like an alien tune a little bit…something otherworldly.
Thank you! I think we’ve just been playing music with each other a lot more, and just–our brains connected a lot more. The initial idea we were all talking about was just to get a little less of a blurred line between everything. Seeing a UFO in the woods was kind of our vision.
When you’re touring, is it always good to come back to New York?
Yeah, the best. You grow up here, it’s like, you’re just such used to fast-paced and a lot of people around, and you just do whatever you want at any time. So then traveling is amazing, but then you realize the bars close at 2 am, and you’re like, “What?! I’m just getting started!” You can’t get the sandwich of your dreams in the middle of the night. – [Gothamist]
After a lenghty tour that saw them hit SXSW (including one of our day parties) and most of the rest of the continent, Caveman came back to New York on last week (4/12) for a show at Webster Hall with Lucius and Pure Bathing Culture which also served as a hometown record release party for their new self-titled album.
More pics from that show, plus Caveman’s setlist and a spotify stream of the LP, are below.
Pure Bathing Culture
SETLIST: Caveman @ Webster Hall 4/10/2013
Shut You Down
In The City
Over My Head
Never Want To Know
Where’s the Time?