Mimicking Birds

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Mimicking Birds : Live
Mimicking Birds : Live

Mimicking Birds is one of those rare treats best experienced live.  Nate Lacy takes you on a journey that feels something akin to déjà vu.  It’s as if he’s singing straight from a journal you didn’t know you’d written.

Whether Lacy’s whispering or rasping, purring or stretching out his falsetto, you feel as though you’re dreaming with him.  Lyrically he keeps in time and rhyme with the nature of his picking, the effect is just as riveting as it is meditative.

They played four new songs for Portland at Mississippi Studios on Wednesday, May 16th.  One of which, “Acting Your Age”, they played for the first time to the captivated Portland audience.  The other new songs included, “Memorabilia”, “Whom Who’ve Been” and “On the Warm Side”.

Your correspondent made a video for “Memorabilia”, in which she tried to capture what it is she feels when listening to them live:

Lacey played “Under And In Rocks” solo to the almost hushed Portland crowd for the encore.

Mimicking Birds are signed to Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock’s Glacial Pace Recordings.  They’re working on their second album.  Hopefully it will be finished soon! I n the meantime, try to catch them live.

Mimicking Birds

Mimicking Birds playing “Under and In Rocks” live at Mississippi Studios in Portland, OR on May 16th, 2012:


Nate Lacy
Aaron Hanson
Adam Trachsel
Nate LacyIan Luxton
Matthan Minster

Set List

1.  Subsonic Words
2.  Home and Somewhere Else
3.  Dead Weight
4.  Memorabilia
5.  Who Who’ve Been
6.  New Doomsdays
7.  Acting Your Age
8.  On the Warm Side
9.  Pixels
10.  Wormholes
11.  Burning Stars
12.  The Loop
13.  Under and In Rocks
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Veronica Rose is a photographer, producer and videographer living in Portland Oregon. She thrives on capturing moments of life in the frame of her camera. Veronica is a documentarian who believes that living in the present moment is the true revolution of our time. She captures authentic moments of light and connection with her camera. It is music and authentic moments of connection that feeds her and inspires her work for QRO.
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