The 2018 edition of The Capitol Theatre's recurring 'Last Waltz' tribute also features Nels Cline, Hand Habits, Eric Slick (Dr. Dog), John Roderick (The Long Winters), Andy Cabic (Vetiver), and still much more.
Waxahatchee recorded most of the album live with legendary indie rock producer John Agnello (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr), with main member Katie Crutchfield joined by her twin sister (and Merge labelmate) Allison Crutchfield, Katherine Simonetti, Ashley Arnwine, and Katie Harkin (of Sky Larkin and a touring member of Sleater-Kinney).
Before Katie & Allison Crutchfield got more fame in Waxhatchee (Katie's project, but also featuring Allison) and Swearin' (a band co-fronted by Allison), not to mention Allison's newly-Merge-signed solo project, they played together in the indie pop-punk band P.S. Eliot, who broke up in 2011. In the time since their breakup, P.S. Eliot's music gained a cult following...
The band's cult following has only grown as members Katie and Allison Crutchfield got more fame from Waxahatchee and Swearin' (among other projects), and it was clear that the crowd was ready to eat up the whole set.