Mount Eerie is always a treat to see live. Because Phil Elverum's experimental indie rock project is entirely his own, each setlist includes freedom and variation. When I saw him at Fisherman's Village Music Fest in 2021, Elverum asked the audience, "Is there anything you'd like to hear?" and proceeded to play decades-old rarities entirely from memory. Considering that he hasn't released a new album since 2019, I imagine that this pair of shows at Polaris Hall will be similarly unstructured. Both sets will be co-headlined by singer-songwriter Katherine Paul (aka Black Belt Eagle Scout) with songs from her latest album The Land, The Water, The Sky, a delightful sonic homage to '90s indie rock with shoegaze-y fuzz pedals and Breeders-esque layered vocals.
by Audrey Vann
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