Veteran Los Angeles rock band Fishbone recently stopped by KEXP for an in-studio performance at the Seattle-based radio station. The group performed four songs during their set that went down on November 10, 2016, officially shot video of which has been officially shared.
Their performance at KEXP was hosted by DJ Kevin Cole and featured a rendition of “Forever Moore” from their 2006 album Still Stuck in Your Throat. They followed it with “The Suffering” which was recorded on their 2000 LP Fishbone and the Familyhood Nextperience Present: The Psychotic Friends Nuttwerx. The set progressed with take on the title track to 1996’s Chim Chim’s Badass Revenge and it wrapped with a performance of “Kung Fu Grip” from the 2014 EP Intrinsically Intertwined.
Watch Fishbone’s performance from Seattle below:
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