Thursday, November 26, 2015

Where's Snowden? At The Barbary tonight

The band, not the leaker, in Fishtown on Thursday.

Where's Snowden? At The Barbary tonight


You don't need the NSA to know which way the wind blows.

While Edward Snowden the leaker takes the U.S. government on a worldwide 'Where's Waldo?' wild goose chase - is he in Russia? Cuba? Ecuador? Hiding under Julian Assange's desk? - Snowden the band is not-even-hiding in plain sight.

It's no secret: Snowden, the moody indie pop project of songwriter Jordan Jeffares (on the far left), who took his nom de rock from a character in Joseph Heller's Catch-22, play The Barbary in Fishtown tonight.  "The Beat Comes" from the group's new album, No One In Control, on the Kings of Leon's Serpents & Snakes label, is below. Listen to the album in its entirety here. Show info here.

Previously: Jef Lee Johnson tribute at Underground Arts Follow In the Mix on Twitter

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