Watch HOUND rip up “Born Under a Blacklight” in WXPN Studios

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HOUND | photo by John Vettese for WXPN
HOUND | photo by John Vettese for WXPN

Last November, Philly power trio HOUND brought some much needed sonic catharsis to WXPN studios for a ripper of a post-Election Day Key Studio Session. Under the leadership of singer-guitarist Perry Shall — who’s also a noted visual artist and occasional gig promoter — and powered by rhythm section Patrick Hickey of Shape Breaker on bass and Chris Wilson from Ted Leo’s Pharmacists on drums, the band raged away on two songs from its 2015 LP Out of Space and introduced a couple new selections from its album-in-the-works as well.

That record, Born Under 76, is seeing the light of day this Friday on Let’s Pretend Records — you can get an early listen if you’re so inclined — and the world it will make its way into is still very much in the need of sonic catharsis. So we dove back in and found footage of HOUND’s performance, aired on a cable access music video program and subsequently circulated among fans via bootleg VHS (or maybe that’s just videographer Jeremy Quattlebaum of The Angry Mountain working his magic).

Seriously, though, this performance of “Born Under A Blacklight” is awesome: watch it below, and listen to HOUND’s entire Key Studio Session here. And catch them with Dialer and more, this Friday the 20th of October at Space 1026. More information on the show can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar.

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