Butter Team satellite correspondents Colleen and Mimi had the pleasure of running into Shout Out Loud’s hottie multi-tasker Bebban Stenbourg (smoking, right) in the powder room at Brooklyn's Luna Lounge last night and report:
"She's looking sassier than ever. Bebs was definitely enjoying her time in New York despite being nervous about the show (possibly because her beloved accordion broke the night before). The setlist included crowd fave sing-along hits from Howl Howl Gaff Gaff and choice deli cuts from the upcoming Our Ill Wills, minus 'Hard Rain' which bummed us a bit. Fully equipped with agogo, xylophone, harmonica, tambourines, and the limited dance moves available to those in circulation-threatening white jeans, the band impressed the crowd so much that a "that guy" felt the need to jump on stage and pop an unexpected crowd dive, which ended in him face first on the hardwood floor.
Jason Schwartzman Adam Olenius was trying his best not to notice, but it got enough Swedish giggles out of him that the ladies ooohed and ahhhed even more than before (that's us). All in all, great show and great energy!"
Thanks for the report and photo ladies. Anyone have a good version of the "Very Loud/Train in Vain" closer from both nights?
A side note - ever since we added Our Ill Wills to the ol' bobby digital portable soundsystem, all other bands in and around the "Sh" area have seen some serious pumpfake neglect. Apologies to Shuggie Otis, Shy Child, Shaky Hands, The Shins, Shapes and Sizes, Shearwater and especially Shout Out Out Out Out.
Shout Out Louds - It's Possible (alternate version of Impossible)
Shout Out Louds - Hard Rain