Wentworth Kersey Week at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse
Psych-folk experimentalists, sentimental old bastards, self-proclaimed grandpas Wentworth Kersey have embarked upon an exploratory sound project of utmost importance: they’re releasing a trilogy of EPs called ‘O,’ ‘(O),’ and ‘((O)),’ the first of which was so beautiful it made Angora Holly Polo weep.
The second EP, ‘(O),’ can be yours this week – all you have to do is buy a soylattecino at the same cafe you go to every day, hipster: St. Mark’s. Starting today. Just buy a coffee and let the kind folks know you’d like you some Wentworth Kersey on the side.
For a sample, check out this song, which begins mild-manneredly enough and then launches into an epic, fantastical song of Devendra Banhart or even Moody Blues-esque proportions: