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Design of the Week | Saintseneca - "Bad Ideas"



Saintseneca is a folk-rock, doom-pop band from Columbus, OH that was formed in 2007 by singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Zac Little. Their latest LP Such Things (ANTI Records) took the world by storm in 2015. I'm excited to see what they release next.

Until then, get your karaoke on with the strange dream-like video for "Bad Ideas."

Zac Little will be performing at The Flyover Fest on Saturday, May 13, at Rambling House as part of the ALL-ACCESS PASS ONLY EVENT, alongside Dolfish, Tyler Verhagen (of Emily & the Complexes), and TDR author Scott McClanahan

Posted by Brett Gregory on 10 May, 2017 Bad Ideas, Columbus, design of the week, Saintseneca, The Flyover Fest, Zac Little | 0 comments
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