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Video: Bat Fangs Bite Back at the Cat's Cradle Back Room

Posted by on Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 1:54 PM

click to enlarge PHOTO BY DAN SCHRAM
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Bat Fangs
Cat's Cradle Back Room, Carrboro
Saturday, February 3, 2018


Bat Fangs—the unstoppable duo of Laura King and Betsy Wright—brought their new self-titled album to the Cat's Cradle Back Room for a performance that sold out well before the date came around. With Solar Halos and Pipe to open the show, the back room was packed as the group took the stage for a roughly sixty-minute set.

Bat Fangs' incredibly catchy tunes have made their debut record feel like an instant classic on a local level and beyond. Giant balloons bounced throughout the crowd during "Static," as the final riffs rang out and brought an incredible set at the Cat's Cradle to a close.

Below are three songs from the evening's performance. You can stream Bat Fangs (and buy it) here.

Bat Fangs, "Boy of Summer"


Bat Fangs, "Turn It Up"

Bat Fangs, "Static"


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