Set to release their brand new album Fault Line on Saturday night at the Flycatcher, Tucson's Copper And Congress have a music video for the song "Decoy."
“What I’m most grateful for in this band is this experience has helped all of us open up the gifts we have to share and it lets us shine as individuals and bring our best to the table,” says singer-guitarist-keyboarist Katie Haverly.
Read a full feature on Copper And Congress in this week's issue. The show Saturday begins at 9 p.m. Sweet Ghosts and Steff and The Articles are also on the bill.
“With this show, we want to celebrate everybody who inspires us in this community of artists. It’s not just about this record,” Haverly says. “We invited so many bands we love and we’re so proud to bring our art and creativity to a show with so many who have helped us in so many ways to bring this album forward. There’s an enormous amount of support in this community and it means the world to me.”