Peachcake Announces Residency at the Rogue Bar in August

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The silly string will fly at the Rogue Bar this summer. Valley electro-pop band Peachcake, known for their interactive shows featuring silly string, stuffed animals, and crazy costumes, will be holding down a residency at the Rogue Bar every Saturday in August.

And the lineups look killer. Peachcake will be joined August 6 by Future Loves Past, and Father's Day. August 13 features Peachcake with Snake! Snake! Snakes! and Strange Young Things, while A Life of Science and Tobie Milford share the bill August 20. The month closes out August 27 with Peachcake alongside Dry River Yacht Club and Boys & Frogs.

Peachcake is currently selling a "$6 Peach Pass" in their online merch store. The pass is good for admission to all four shows, and includes an MP3 download of a live version of Peachcake's "Who Are These People And Why Does This Music Suck?" (recorded at the band's EP release show at the Rhythm Room back in May). Check out Peachcake's website for more details. 

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