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Engineers Without Borders Benefit Show featuring Mystery Friends, Big Like Bear and The Ferns @ Pie Shop

Mystery Friends
Mystery Friends is a dance-rock and synth-pop band based in Washington D.C. Combining powerful vocals from frontwoman Abby Sevcik with woozy synths, angular guitars, and funky rhythm section, Mystery Friends creates a truly danceable, truly unique sound experience. Since forming in 2016, the band has performed in venues across the country with notorious acts like De Lux and Hey Ocean! In their first two years, the band has released various recorded works, including their debut EP “This Is Not What I Expected,” hailed as “a captivating journey, swinging from melancholy to euphoric and back again over a spectacular series of dance rock tunes.” The evolution of the Mystery Friends sound comes full-circle with their debut full-length album, “Past And Future Self” available everywhere now!

Big Like Bear
Big Like Bear rocks the DC music scene with great vibes and a blend of funk, blues, and pop tunes

Thursday, Sept 5, 8pm
Pie Shop
1339 H ST. NE 
WASHINGTON, DC 20002

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