Last week's Deer Tick concert was awesome, even if it was too late to be out on a weeknight. The venue where they played is notorious for starting late, and true to form, the opening band didn't take the stage until 9:30 or so, and there were two openers, so Deer Tick didn't start playing until 11:30. However, they did play until 1:15 a.m., and it was amazing. They even worked in a few cover songs. Unfortunately, I didn't get to hear them play Dirty Dishes or Long Time (my two favorite Deer Tick songs), but they did enough to make up for it.
Here's the set list:
1- The Bump
3- Baltimore Blues
4- Main Street
5- Chevy Express
6- Walkin Out The Door
8- Bastards of Young (A cover of The Replacements song)
9- Clownin Around
10- Spend The Night
11- 20 Miles
12- Funny Word
13- These Old Shoes
14- Something To Brag About
15- Be Kind To Me (A cover of a song by Michael Hurley, I think)
16- Now It's Your Turn
17- Miss K.
18- Not So Dense
19- Scentless Apprentice (A perfect Nirvana cover)
21- Let's All Go To The Bar
I didn't get to bed until 2:30, but luckily I make my own schedule at work, so was able to sleep in a little. My brother wasn't as fortunate. Plus, he's older than me, so he sucks more anyway.
He kept trying to get me to hit on a cute girl that worked her way up in front of me. I kept telling him there was no way I was going to. Here's an excerpt of how the conversation went down:
Him: Go tell that girl that you like her hat.
Me: I'm not going to do that. That's lame.
Him: It's not lame. It's easy. You can introduce yourself to the lead singer of the opening band and tell him you like his music, but you can't tell a cute girl you like her hat? That's lame!
Me: Fine. I'll go up and say "I like your hat. It goes well with your tits."
Him: You're an idiot. Don't say that.
Me: How about this? "I like your hat. Can I knock it off your head with my dick?"
Him: No, don't say that either. Just say you like her hat.
Me: Alright, I'll say, "I like your hat. Want to blow me later?"
Him: [shakes head]
*They played this way different than it is on the album, but it was still really good.