Not many artists - if any - besides Hot Snakes can say they’ve blown the power during a KEXP session and the ferocious energy that both powers their latest album, Jericho Sirens, and and overloads the power infrastructure of Little London Plane is on full display in this session live with DJ Evie from the Upstream Music Fest and Summit.
photo by Morgen Schuler

Not many artists - if any - besides Hot Snakes can say they’ve blown the power during a KEXP session and the ferocious energy that both powers their latest album, Jericho Sirens, and and overloads the power infrastructure of Little London Plane is on full display in this session live with DJ Evie from the Upstream Music Fest and Summit. Recorded 06/02/2018.

1, Why Don’t It Sink In?
2. Six Wave Hold-Down
3. Death Doula,
4. I Need A Doctor
5. Having Another?

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