The trio talks crowdsurfing, sword fighting, screw drivers and the bar where boys become men
Ahead of their three February shows—while drinking raspberry White Claws—Justin Viant, Pedro Veras and Phil Navarro of Union City, New Jersey-based band The Lo-Fi’s discuss their favorite musical trios, the Lo-Fi’s live experience and their favorite spots in Brooklyn—a conversation covering crowdsurfing, sword fighting, screw drivers and, most importantly, the bar where boys become men.
Listen to the ninth episode of Bands do BK (air date: 1/30) now on Radio Free Brooklyn or Spotify. to discover the guys’ go-to spots in Brooklyn and hear music from The Lo-Fi’s and the local artists they love!
Be sure to check out the band’s EP, The Movement of Speed (out now), follow the The Lo-Fi’s on Spotify and SoundCloud, and keep up with the trio’s shows, releases and antics on Instagram at @the.lofis.
Feature image provided by the band.
IMPORTANT NOTE: We do want to mention that the subject of suicide is mentioned in this episode. If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline—a free, 24-hour hotline— at 1.800.273.TALK (8255).