Shaemless at Popronde

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Popronde, the yearly traveling showcase festival for Dutch talent, will be back this fall. You can always find new interesting acts in the line-up of this festival. Usually, we also see here some familiar faces, that we had already welcomed at our Frequenzy stage for a recording session. For example Shaemless. The band, (based in Nijmegen) plays a mix of (post)punk, noise, blues, and surfy 60s garage. They draw inspiration from acts such as Iceage, Thee Oh Sees, and John Spencer.

More info, where to meet Shaemless & more popronde tour dates here

Photo header: Kirsten Herskamp

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