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Video: Sherlock's Daughter "In The End" And Free Brooklyn Show Tonight With Stream

Sherlock's Daughter

Sherlock's Daughter


Aussie indie rockers Sherlock's Daughter have not only released a new, self-titled EP, accompanied by a cheeky video for "In The End" that playfully winks at early silent films, but the quintet have been in residency at Brooklyn's Knitting Factory throughout the month. Their free show tonight, May 23, will even be streamed live.

The Knitting Factory gig, which begins at 10 p.m. EDT tonight, is not only free if you're in the area, but if you're loathe to get off your couch, you can watch it via Opening the evening will be Bronze, Edelweiss and a DJ set from Bear in Heaven.  Sherlock's Daughter, who have toured with School of Seven Bells and fellow Aussies The Temper Trap, will have the final show of their New York residency on May 30, but they'll return to Brooklyn's Glasslands on June 17.

Sherlock's Daughter, who are in the midst of recording their debut album, seemed to take a little inspiration from mustache-twirling, Mack Sennett-style shorts for their very DIY video for "In The End," a six-plus minute oeuvre that stars frontwoman Tanya Horo as the not-so-helpless damsel in distress and fellow bandmates Liam Flanagan and Jonti "Animal" Danilewitz. Sherlock's Daughter's founding members are Horo, guitarist Tim Maybury and drummer William Russell.