Photos by Will Oliver

It seems that every year we can expect a visit from Oh Sees at Warsaw, whether they have a new album to support or not – although they usually do with John Dwyer’s prolific recording pace. The band has seemed to keep this tradition going every year of late (we last saw them almost exactly a year to the day) and this year they returned for a sold out 3-night run at Warsaw touring in support of their latest album Face Stabber, released via Castle Face Records.

It seems like Oh Sees have finally settled into this version of the band with Dwyer leading the charge alongside bassist Tim Hellman, drummers Dan Rincon and Paul Quattrone and keyboardist Tomas Dolas. The five of them not only bring a powerful punch to the frantic material of Face Stabber but also bring the older material like “The Dream,” “Toe Cutter / Thumb Buster” and “I Come From the Mountain” to life in a new way that still blows my mind no matter how many times I see them perform.

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, you’ll find no better live show than what Dwyer and Oh Sees deliver, it’s no bullshit rock and roll at its finest, delivered in the way that it’s meant to be discovered and fully explored.

Find a full gallery of photos from Oh Sees performance posted in the gallery below, along with openers Prettiest Eyes and Oldest,


Prettiest Eyes:

Thee Oh Sees:


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