SXSW 2013: See the Thermals Raise the Temperature at the SPIN House

The veteran punk trio airs an old chestnut and new single

The Thermals' Hutch Harris
The Thermals' Hutch Harris
David Marchese WRITTEN BY
David Marchese

On March 14, Portland punk stalwarts the Thermals dropped by the SPIN House in Austin during South by Southwest to jolt festivalgoers out of any mid-day complacency. Singer-guitarist Hutch Harris, bassist Kathy Foster, and drummer Westin Glass tore through "It's Trivia," from the trio's 2003 debut More Parts Per Million, and "Born to Kill," from the upcoming Desperate Ground

In case you weren't there, this is, by far, the next best thing. Enjoy.

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