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Lady Chops & The Goddamn Jam plays Whip In 2/15





Lady Chops & The Goddamn Jam plays Whip In 2/15

On the short, sweet "Leawood Street," Lady Chops & The Goddamn Jam paints a rich picture of a childhood summer day about town. Lead singer Bethony Nichole's lyrics are an idyllic series of vignettes: descriptions abound of magnolia trees, gravel underneath one's feet, pressing one's hands into wet concrete and wearing overalls. For the most part, the song is refreshingly devoid of overt angst, instead focusing on the images and sensations that comprise a child's experience of her world. The song brings the listener back to a place of innocence and simplicity. The only moment of mature reflection is the refrain: "I want to be a someone some day." It's a feeling most of us can relate to, one that catches up with us into adulthood before we're ready to realize that that someday is now. The song is still a heady, delightful portrait, and the instrumental prowess of Lady Chops' full band serves to enhance this sensory experience without calling much attention to itself. 

Lady Chops is playing at Whip In on February 15th, with support from the folk stylings of Much 2 Much and the debut of the new indie-rock band Tish. - Ethan Ames 

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