Jenny Lewis’ band NAF & Father John Misty played The Deep End Club’s 3rd Anniversary (video)
The Deep End Club, the small East Village shop and clothing line run by Tennessee Thomas, celebrated their third anniversary on Saturday (6/4) with a party featuring a performance by NAF (Nice as Fuck), her band with Jenny Lewis and Erika Spring. Kicking off with a crowd-sung Happy Birthday, and Jenny playing the JEM theme into the mic from a cassette player, NAF played about eight songs for the small crowd which spilled onto street. Video is below.
The crowd at Deep End Club included Father John Misty, who had Tennessee and Erika’s band Summer Moon open for him at Central Park Summerstage last year and had just played Governors Ball the day before. Before NAF’s set he performed a song as well.
NAF next play NYC at Rough Trade on July 31 (sold out). More Instagrams from The Deep End Club’s 3rd anniversary, below.
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