“Just pretend we’re a bar band in England before there was Lynyrd Skynyrd,” Alistair MacLean of The Clientele said, halfway chiding the audience at Hi-Tone Cafe last night where they soared through an absolutely lovely set. Following an achingly dreamy performance by Baltimore’s Beach House and a stellar set of dark psychedelia intermingled with reverent nods to new wave and soul music by The Third Man, The Clientele left a delightful imprint on Monday’s crowd at Hi-Tone Cafe. Spotted in the audience? None other than Memphis’ own non-stop touring machine Cory Branan. Check out some pictures.
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