7 Year Bitch release Live at Moe

Seattle’s legendary punk band, 7 Year Bitch released their first album in nearly 20 years  Live at Moe via MOE Recordings. A live concert recorded in 1996 at Seattle’s Club MOE, the record rips through a career-spanning set which includes ferocious live renditions of audience favorites “The Scratch”, “Lorna”, and “M.I.A.”, as well as deeper cuts such as “Crying Shame” and “The Midst”. Featuring vintage interview and live footage, 7 Year Bitch is thrilled to celebrate the release of Live at Moe by sharing the video for “Crying Shame”.
The “Crying Shame” video premiered with Yahoo! Music today.
7 Year Bitch was, from the very beginning, hell bent on carving their own distinct path. For an intimate experience with the feminist trailblazers, 7 Year Bitch joins EMP for a live interview and Live at Moe album signing this Sunday, January 17th. The event is free and all ages. Full details here.
Recently discovered in the vaults, the never before heard Live at Moe recordings not only serves as a testament to the band’s riveting, raw and electric energy, but also to the diversity of the 7 Year Bitch catalog. Formed by drummer Valerie Agnew, vocalist Selene Vigil-Wilk, guitarist Stefanie Sargent and bassist Elizabeth Davis- Simpson, the album features the classic 7 Year Bitch lineup with Roisin Dunne on guitar, and was produced by Scott Blum.
Live at Moe is available now on CD, digitally and limited edition 180 gram red & black split vinyl.