Capitol Hill Block Party: Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground
Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground ::: Photo by Josh
Just like Black Eyes & Neckties the day before them, Saturday’s Block Party festivities could not have been opened in a more perfect manner. Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground serenaded and soothed our shell-shocked ears from the night before with their unique blend of vaudeville, pop, and psychedelia. Kay Kay’s songs hit like a ton of feathers–the impact is unforgettable and strong, yet soft. Watching Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground perform–you feel it from head to toe; the music lands firmly in your heart. When I watch Kay Kay I feel like I have some great collective joy radiating from me–up my spine and out of my chest. You can’t help but smile and sway–it is powerful stuff this band is creating.
We are so excited to hear what the band will come up with next–they’re currently recording their second full length album. No other band in America has a sound like Kay Kay, which we can say about just about zero other bands. I have mad love for this honest-to-god original outfit and eagerly await their next audial adventure.