Everett band I Will Keep Your Ghost performs Friday

Everett band I Will Keep Your Ghost will be performing at The Anchor on Hewitt this Friday night. Anytime band members Bryan Bradly and Aaron Coughlin play The Anchor, the show quickly turns into an all-out dance party.

This show is a big one for IWKYG, as it is an attempt to raise money to record their new EP. And it will be their last show for a while, so they can focus on recording.

They will also be releasing re-recorded versions of their songs “Medicine” and “Half” as part of the launch of the new ZIIBRA.com platform. I have already heard the new tracks and the sound is a leap forward in comparison to their previous versions.

The show this Friday starts at 8:30 p.m. and is only $5. Tacoma band Not From Brooklyn is also on the bill and Hands In is coming all the way from Portland to open. This show is 21 and over.

Below is a video of IWKYG talking about how they got started and why they are excited about their new EP. Come party with them on Friday night in Everett and see some of the fresh jams for yourself.

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