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Photo Gallery: The Claypool Lennon Delirium and Uni live in Boston

 
 

Editor's Note: Few shows live up to its billing quite like The Claypool Lennon Delirium. The American psych-rock band, a collaborative project between Primus bassist/vocalist Les Claypool guitarist/vocalist Sean Lennon, rolled into Boston's House of Blues last night (April 14) to show off its bonkers 2019 album, February's South of Reality. But the band did more than that, performing a variety sounds that touched on 2016's Monolith of Phobos album and a covers selection that included King Crimson, The Beatles (of course), and Pink Floyd. There was even a Primus tune ("Southbound Pachyderm") thrown in for good measure. New York glam-rock misfits Uni opened the show, and Vanyaland's María Alejandra Mata was on Lansdowne capturing both performances. Scan through her full gallery below.

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