Sebadoh is at RecordBar tonight

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Ah, Lou Barlow, champion of lo-fi music and the brooding lovelorn. Until last year’s release of his band Sebadoh’s latest, Defend Yourself, we were afraid that we would never again hear Barlow’s pithy self-loathing shrouded in the fuzz of 1990s guitars — it had been some 14 years since Sebadoh last delivered a full-length (1999’s The Sebadoh).

Thankfully, Defend Yourself has recaptured all of Sebadoh’s old charm, and the album serves as a rallying cry for fans of anything and everything that Barlow has ever been a part of (including those in the ever-persistent Dinosaur Jr. camp). Perhaps even more remarkable than Sebadoh’s new album is that the trio is still touring on it a year later. 

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