Thursday, March 5, 2015

Video Premeire: Semiotics, "M. Connolly"

Live at The Banana Stand

Semiotics are kind of at the center of the new New Brunswick DIY basement scene. As proprietors? residents? of The Banana Stand, they support local and touring bands by holding shows in their basement on a regular basis. They're also out there playing almost every weekend, and it's possible to catch them doing everything from full band sets to stripped down acoustic sets when there's no power and the toilets at the venue aren't working. They also really like hats.

They'll soon be putting out a live EP recorded at their home base called, appropriately, Live at The Banana Stand. Today Semiotics premiere a video for one of the tracks. "M. Connolly" features guitarists Nick Rapon and Seth Bliss in their basement delivering their brand of emotional and literate pop punk accompanied only by their acoustic guitars.

Watch the video below, and go give Semiotics' Facebook page a like to stay up to date on shows and releases.

You've got two chances to catch Semiotics this weekend. First, at GameChanger World in Howell this Friday when they support Candy Hearts and, again, on Saturday at The Bomb Shelter in New Brunswick with The Moms and Basement Beers.

Next Friday, The Banana Stand hosts a bunch of our favorites with a show featuring dollys, Dentist, Prehistoric Forest, Perennial Reel and The Duskwhales.

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