Archers of Loaf Play First Show In 13 Years
Archers of Loaf appear to be back in action after playing this past Saturday night—their first show in 13 years. The Chapel Hill rockers reunited to play an unannounced hometown show at the Cat’s Cradle in support of The Love Language. While no future plans have been made official just yet, rumors have it that the band may possibly be planning some more shows this summer. Check out last night’s setlist, along with footage from the reunion show below.
In the seven years they were together, Archers released four records and numerous EPs, becoming an influential indie-rock band in the early 1990’s alongside the likes of Pavement and Sebadoh. Since breaking up in 1998, band members have become involved with a number of acts, including Crooked Fingers and Superchunk.
Harnessed in Slums
Lowest Part is Free
Greatest of All Time
You and Me
Web in Front
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