The Young Evils, Wooden Indian Burial Ground, & Hobosexual In Portland @ Doug Fir

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The Young Evils, Wooden Indian Burial Ground, & Hobosexual In Portland @ Doug Fir

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What better excuse to escape to Portland for an overnight then to see Hobosexual and Young Evils at the Doug Fir! With killer PDX band Wooden Indian Burial Ground! Young Evils 9pm Wooden Indian Burial Ground 10pm Hobosexual 11pm https://www.facebook.com/Hobomusic https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wooden-Indian-Burial-Ground/253723677971453?sk=timeline Youngevils.com The Young Evils, a rock outfit hailing from Seattle, Washington, are excellent evidence that final products often look nothing like initial intentions. Started as a lighthearted Vaselines-inspired pop duo composed of record store co-workers Troy Nelson and Mackenzie Mercer, the Young Evils today bear only passing resemblance to their past selves. After their charming debut album Enchanted Chapel captured hearts far and wide, the duo expanded their sound, enlisting guitarist Michael Lee and teaming up with acclaimed Brooklyn-based producer/engineer Shane Stoneback (Vampire Weekend, Sleigh Bells, Cults) for the follow-up: the bombastic and wholly rock EP Foreign Spells. Today, brothers Brendon (bass) and Scott Helgason’s (drums) rhythm section provide the back bone to the band’s 80’s inspired angular pop in a way only siblings can provide. On November 18th 2014, the Young Evils released the False Starts EP recorded at the legendary Sound City Studios in Los Angeles and The Kill Room in Seattle, Washington and will be rejoining Shane Stoneback in the studio to begin work on their next full-length album in the coming months.