Studio 52 is a community artist space located in the heart of Allston, and is proud to support the Boston music scene and local artist community.
During this year alone we’ve watched Bat House jam out in all sorts of rad spaces and places. From SXSW to Allston basements to the roof of The Verb Hotel to wherever else we’re forgetting, the Boston quartet has a knack for filling any environment with their kinetic brand of rock and roll.
Recently, Bat House busted out a live studio session at Audiotree in Chicago, the artist discovery platform that has been pretty welcoming to Boston bands of late. Following performances there by Pile, Vundabar, and Horse Jumper of Love, Bat House ripped off five songs for their Audiotree session, including a few from April’s self-titled LP, and you can watch it in full below.
“We’ve been experimenting with a lot of new sounds and approaches to songwriting,” Bat House drummer Nicole Pompei tells Vanyaland, “and are super pumped to share some new work!”
In perhaps the most seasonally appropriate show of the month, Bat House are back in town playing Brighton Music Hall in Allston on October 29 with Jelani Sei and Model/Actriz. Marvel at that incredible flyer designed by Eli Quinn after the video jump [*note: this show has been moved from the Middle East].
Featured Bat House photo by Kit Castagne: Man with Camera.