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Mythological Horses Bring Folk Punk Vibes to San Antonio on Saturday


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Formed in Anchorage in 2005, Mythological Horses is composed of guitarist-vocalist Shawn Holley and drummer Jest Commons, who actually used to play in Moldy Peaches.

Remember Moldy Peaches?

Their childlike, weirdo-folk made up the majority of the Juno soundtrack, which contributed to the kitschiness of the whole film. Mythological Horses sort of sound like that, but a tad more punk-leaning. Also new are the much more adult undertones in their lyrics.

The band is headed to San Antonio for an in-store performance at Friends of Sound Records on Saturday, February 9. For more information check out the official event page.

Free, 7pm, Friends of Sound Records, 700 Fredericksburg Road.

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