06/09 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
06/10 – Great Hall –Toronto, ON
06/12 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
06/13 – Highline Ballroom – New York, NY
06/15 - 9:30 Club – Washington DC
06/16 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
Gothenburg's Junip is returning to Minneapolis, this time to promote the sophomore self-titled album, which came out April 23rd, 2013, via Mute Records. You may recall that we covered the trio's Minneapolis appearance two years ago.…
Barbarossa sang mostly original relationship, emotional, personal songs, like "Bloodline", "Butterfly Plague", and his set closer "The Load". The highlight of his brief set was a cover of Terence Trent Darby's hit single "Wishing Well".
Highlight of their set was a brand new song, never performed live before. Newsom said it was a song she stole from another band, but then the rest of Zoo Animals made it good.
The band played tracks from Fields and their latest self-titled album (including "So Clear", "Your Life Your Call", "Suddenly", and their set closer "After All Is Said and Done").
Encore was "Black Refuge" and "Line Of Fire Lyrics", both from two different EPs.
Junip continues their tour through North America. Their self-titled album is available now via Mute Records.*
* Incidentally, I was over at the merchandise table to see all the stuff I could not afford. Some of the more interest releases includes a deluxe $50 art album (it's heavy clear color with two-discs), and a unique $20 silkscreen poster of the event (the poster is only sold at last night's show).
Junip at the Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis (06/08/13)