Birdcloud Invades Stickyz and You Definitely Should Too Birdcloud Invades Stickyz and You Definitely Should Too
Last summer I had the incredible pleasure of interviewing the women of Birdcloud for the Arkansas Times ahead of their show at Stickyz. Fortunately,... Birdcloud Invades Stickyz and You Definitely Should Too

Last summer I had the incredible pleasure of interviewing the women of Birdcloud for the Arkansas Times ahead of their show at Stickyz. Fortunately, they are returning this Thursday alongside Fayetteville’s own Dylan Earl. If you’re not familiar with Birdcloud, you should cancel whatever plans you had for after you finished reading this and instead spend the rest of your day checking out stuff from their YouTube channel.

We’ll have a full review of this good fun next week right here on Shindigmusic and hopefully we’ll get to talk with Birdcloud a bit about what all has happened since last we spoke, the current situation with their forthcoming new record, etc. It will surely be a blast!

Tickets are inexplicably still available! $10 in advance, $10 day of show. It’s an 18+ show. Doors are at 8 and the insanity starts at 9.

If you’d like an idea of what you might get to see if you attend, here’s the setlist from their last show at Stickyz with Thelma and the Sleaze, a spectacular rock band from Nashville.

Birdcloud: Stickyz Rock ‘N’ Roll Chicken Shack – Little Rock, AR – Tuesday, June 20, 2017

 

No Worries

Here in Body

Vodkasodaburg

Wild Turkey 101

Damn Dumb

Fuck You Cop

Fiasco

Springwater

Humbleberry Pie

I Like Black Guys

Warshin’ My Big Ol’ Pussy

Snail Trail

Do What I Want

Saving Myself for Jesus

Problemz

Ice Balls

Zombie (Cranberries cover, with Thelma and the Sleaze)

You Don’t Own Me (Lesley Gore cover, with Thelma and the Sleaze)

 

Dave Morris

Dave Morris is a writer and musician. He has written for the Arkansas Times, the Fayetteville Flyer, and The Idle Class. His academic writing is featured in the anthology “First Amendment Studies in Arkansas”. He holds an M.A. in Rhetoric from the University of Arkansas and is a recipient of the Richard S. Arnold Prize in First Amendment Studies. He also attended Marquette University Law School. In 2003, he won the Pi Kappa Delta National Debate Tournament in NPDA Debate. He currently performs with post-punk band The Inner Party when he is not dealing with his foolish black cat or playing with Lego.