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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Watch Two Gallants Perform Two Songs From Their New Album at Oakland's Cafe Van Kleef

Posted By on Tue, Feb 3, 2015 at 8:06 AM

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If you've been reading All Shook Down for the past month or so, you know we've been excited about We Are Undone, the new record from S.F.'s favorite ne'er-do-well indie-rock duo Two Gallants, for quite a while. (Proof: Our print feature for this week's issue, which hits stands tomorrow, features an interview with singer Adam Stephens.)

In the meantime, please tide yourselves over with these two videos from KQED Arts, which filmed the band playing two of its new songs — "Incidental" and "My Man Go" — at Cafe Van Kleef, the downtown Oakland bar known for its plentiful and strange wall decorations and its very strong, very refreshing fresh-grapefruit Greyhounds. If you squint, you can almost imagine you're there.

Or, you know, you could go see them at any of their local album release shows, which the band is using to kick off a world tour: Thursday, Feb. 5 at Leo's Music Club in Oakland, Friday, Feb. 6 at The Chapel, or Saturday, Feb. 7 at Great American Music Hall. You'll just have to make do with their Greyhounds instead. 


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