Our friends at Cutty Sark
recently invited us to capture an evening of ecstatic happenings at Brooklyn Bowl as part of the inaugural Cutty Sark Presents Series. There was booze, there was bowling, and most importantly, there were bands. Incredible bands, actually, each bringing their own unique offering of energy to the stage.
Lead by their delightfully shamon-esque leading man Sean McMahon, Brooklyn boys Workman Song offered folk rock infused with an acid wash of psychedelia. When McMahon preached, "this entire night might as well be all about peace and love", you knew he meant it. As we profiled in our preview of the event
, McMahon is the best kind of free spirit, and his music fits the bill. These are wonderful road tunes that blow through the wind with a casual, hippy swagger. "Every time I play with these guys", McMahon would say, "...it's all about peace and love. [It's] a precious commodity these days". Indeed it is. So get at a little bit of it in this delightful concert capture from Cutty Presents.