Earlier this year, Two Gallants released a new album called We Are Undone, and they played a few of those songs during a recent in-studio visit to Seattle's KEXP. But the San Francisco band also reached into their back catalog for the performance, pulling out the track "Reflections of the Marionette" from their 2007 self-title
San Francisco folk rock duo Two Gallants recently appeared in a travelogue of sorts as part of the JanSport Bonfire Sessions. In the clip, the band talks about their hometown, its musical roots and how the city inspires all kinds of art. In addition, Two Gallants also plays the plaintive "My Love Won't Wait" off their 2012
San Francisco’s Two Gallants were one of the acts at Bonnaroo that ventured off their regularly-scheduled stage to play a few songs for the music festival’s Hay Bale Sessions. The duo tabbed two tracks from their 2012 album The Bloom and the Blight, offering versions of “Broken Eyes” and “My Love Won’t Wait.” Watch Two Gallants perform in the clips after the jump and visit their official website for more information.
Currently on tour in Europe, San Francisco-based duo Two Gallants stopped by the Boutique Fargo record store in Paris to perform “Steady Rollin” off their 2006 album What the Toll Tells. The band released a new album – The Bloom and the Blight – earlier this year, but this classic song is a gem, especially live.
Two Gallants recently stopped by the Seattle studios of KEXP to perform several tracks off their summer 2012 release, The Bloom and the Blight. The San Francisco-based duo played "Winter's Youth," "My Love Won't Wait," "Ride Away and "Halcyon Days." Watch the full set below.