Barboza Presents


Monday 8/12

8:00 pm

This event is 21 and over

On July 12, Washington, DC’s Gauche will release A People’s History of Gauche, a collective catharsis of anger, frustration, and trauma through creativity. Jason P Barnett, Adrienne CN Berry, Mary Jane Regalado, Pearie Sol, and Daniele Yandel find their agency and joy through creating and performing music together in 36 minutes of groove-filled power punk.

Gauche welcome us into their orbit today with the green screen-friendly music video for “Running.” Watch it again and again on [Stereogum] before pre-ordering A People’s History of Gauche in the Merge store on CD, LP, or limited-edition pink marbled Peak Vinyl, which comes with a flexi of the previously released “Conspiracy Theories.”

Watch & share the music video for Gauche’s “Running” now

Recorded with Austin Brown (Parquet Courts) and Robert Szmurlo in Brooklyn and with Jonah Takagi (Ex Hex) in DC, A People’s History of Gauche marks the first time the band worked with people outside of their ranks, resulting in a fuller sound that boasts more intricate instrumentation. From the very first line of album opener “Flash”—“Light’s supposed to show the way, not over-expose it”—Gauche are here to compel us to dance while singing along about society’s universal struggles.

Gauche open for Bikini Kill at a sold-out Kings Theatre in Brooklyn on June 5 but will bring their craft to people across North America this summer, including MRG30 here in North Carolina. Tickets for all headlining shows go on sale this Friday at 10am local time, so grab a few for your friends and get ready to dance!
Venue Information:
925 E. Pike St.
Seattle, WA, 98122