Over the past four years, Bear Hands has toured with half a dozen outfits, ranging from cheeky MGMT to sex-whisperers the xx, and released two EPs before hunkering down to record their debut. Burning Bush Supper Club, the Brooklyn quartet’s first full-length, is nervy, unhinged and sassy. It’s propelled by Val Loper’s throbbing bass and Dylan Rau’s fanciful vocal delivery, catching somewhere between the cavalier bellow of Modest Mouse’s Isaac Brock and Spencer Krug’s blue-blood bark in Wolf Parade and Sunset Rubdown. Tonight you can also check out the sunny pop of Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. and bouncy indie-rock outfit Tony Castles.
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