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Video: Wild Fur and See Gulls offer local Hopscotch preview

Posted by on Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 11:38 AM

Last Thursday's Local Band, Local Beer at Tir Na Nog featured two relatively new groups of Triangle music scene veterans. The night began  with Wild Fur, a project lead by Wylie Hunter and Nick Jaeger. Joined by Brad Porter and Casey Toll, the group dips into rich sonic territory, as heard below in "St. Gloria."

See Gulls, on the other hand, powered straight ahead with a roar of rock 'n' roll goodness. Fronted by Sarah Fuller, the group also features Maria Albani, Leah Gibson and Duncan Webster.

Both groups have been tapped for Hopscotch this year: Wild Fur will be playing on Thursday, Sept. 4, at 8:30pm at Lincoln Theatre. And See Gulls will perform Saturday, Sept. 6, at 9:00pm at Deep South. 

Wild Fur, "St. Gloria"


See Gulls, "Don't Write Me Love Songs"

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