Last week, I told you about the jerks that smashed in Human Behavior's tour van windows in California and stole about $5,000 worth of cherished instruments and personal effects. In an effort to make some extra scratch to replace what they can, the band launched an Indiegogo campaign, which, at the time of this blog posting, has reached nearly half its goal with nine days left.
However, if crowdfunding seems a little to impersonal for you, never fear. The band's tour is nearing a close and they'll be back in Tucson soon playing their sometimes haunting, sometimes endearing, always entrancing brand of dark folk. So, welcome the band back, buy a copy of their new album Bethphage and show them a little of that Tucson love and support.
Human Behavior will be playing Wooden Tooth Records (415 N. Fourth Ave.) on Saturday, Sept. 5 alongside Human Behavior contributor and solo artist Karima Walker and the Old Pueblo's top up-and-coming indie band, Asian Fred. The show starts at 6 p.m. and it is an all ages event. There is a $5 suggested donation at the door.
Until then, check out what happens when Karima Walker teams up with local label Diet Pop Records on a recent installment of the Trundle Sessions: