Preview: Tacocat at the Aladdin Theater on June 28th

Written by on June 11, 2019

FFO: Courtney Barnett, P.S. Eliot, Sallie Ford

Colorful, loud and fun! Tacocat are an indie punk rock band from Seattle. Their shows feel like an intimate get-together with your best friends who take you out to a party. Be prepared to dance – or to jump around at the least. Expect melodic, yet quirky sounds that most likely will tickle a smile out of you and get you on your feet.

Tacocat: Emily Nokes, Eric Randall, Lelah Maupin, Bree McKenna
Photo by Sarah Creighton

Your new friends’ band consist of Seattleites Emily Nokes, Bree McKenna, Lelah Maupin and Eric Randall. But why not just let them introduce themselves and hear them talk about making the new Powerpuff girls theme song, the role of women in music, the bands they listen to and many more fun stories:

Tacocat‘s interview at Girls Against

After Shame Spiral (2010), NVM (2014) and Lost Time (2016), Tacocat have released their newest album This Mess is a Place on May 3rd, 2019. To share their new sound, they will tour the world this summer.

Tacocat‘s “Grains of Salt” from their new album This Mess is a Place

They will end the US portion of their tour here in Portland at an all-ages show at the Aladdin Theater before they will cross the Atlantic ocean to continue their party over in Europe. What an exciting summer they have coming up, sharing the joy of their new album This Mess Is A Place with the world!

Find Tacocat on Facebook or see their Website // Listen to Tacocat on Bandcamp // See Tacocat at the Aladdin Theater on June 28th





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