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Superhuman Happiness Proves Fifteen Musicians Sound Better Than One At Rough Trade

Superhuman Happiness brought their bass-heavy, dance-funk to Rough Trade on Thursday. A sprawling supergroup of sorts — at one point there must have been fifteen musicians on stage — the band channeled their wild energy to the dancing crowd.

They continue their tour with Arc Iris with additional East Coast stops. At this show, Elvis Perkins started things off.

Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins


Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins


Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins


Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins


Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins


Arc Iris

Arc Iris


Arc Iris

Arc Iris


Arc Iris

Arc Iris


Arc Iris

Arc Iris


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness

Dates With Arc Iris
Oct 12 | Empire | Portland, ME
Oct 13 | Lizard Lounge | Cambridge, MA
Oct 14 | Columbus Theatre | Providence, RI
Oct 15 | Signal Kitchen | Burlington, VT
Oct 16 | Three Pork Hill | Ossipee, NH

Chris Bentley
Chris Bentley is a New York-based photographer and filmmaker. His work has been exhibited in places such as Station Independent Projects, the Photographic Resource Center, hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK and the Griffin Museum of Photography and his films have been featured in numerous festivals throughout the country. Find more of his work at cbimage.com

Superhuman Happiness Proves Fifteen Musicians Sound Better Than One At Rough Trade

Superhuman Happiness brought their bass-heavy, dance-funk to Rough Trade on Thursday. A sprawling supergroup of sorts — at one point there must have been fifteen musicians on stage — the band channeled their wild energy to the dancing crowd.

They continue their tour with Arc Iris with additional East Coast stops. At this show, Elvis Perkins started things off.

Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins


Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins


Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins


Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins


Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins


Arc Iris

Arc Iris


Arc Iris

Arc Iris


Arc Iris

Arc Iris


Arc Iris

Arc Iris


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness


Superhuman Happiness

Superhuman Happiness

Dates With Arc Iris
Oct 12 | Empire | Portland, ME
Oct 13 | Lizard Lounge | Cambridge, MA
Oct 14 | Columbus Theatre | Providence, RI
Oct 15 | Signal Kitchen | Burlington, VT
Oct 16 | Three Pork Hill | Ossipee, NH

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