Seratones On Mountain Stage The psych-soul-rock hell-raisers from Shreveport, La., make their Mountain Stage debut.

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Seratones On Mountain Stage

Seratones on Mountain Stage

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Shreveport, La., quartet Seratones makes its debut on Mountain Stage, recorded live at the Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences in Charleston, W.Va. Imagine if Yma Sumac's birdlike vocals carried Nirvana's guitar riffs in a run-down garage in Louisiana, and you'll get a sense of the psych-soul-rock produced by these musical hell-raisers. Given frontwoman A.J. Haynes' childhood singing in her Baptist church, it only makes sense that Seratones can transform fire and brimstone into a mosh pit of a performance.

Seratones' debut release is Get Gone, out now on Fat Possum Records. Joining Haynes is Connor Davis on lead guitar, Adam Davis on bass and Jesse Gabriel on drums.

SET LIST

  • "Don't Need It"
  • "Sun"
  • "Get Gone"
  • "Chandelier"
  • "Kingdom Come"
  • "Trees"
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