Photos: Local H returns to Gabe’s

Local H onstage at Gabe's. Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.. -- photo by Zak Neumann
Local H onstage at Gabe’s. Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.. — photo by Zak Neumann

Local H’s Scott Lucas and Ryan Harding are no strangers to Iowa City. The post-grunge duo have graced the stage at Gabe’s several times in the past few years in support of their latest album, Hey, Killer.

Lucas, who was a founding member in 1987, and Harding, who joined in 2013, are a well-oiled, rock and roll machine. Their set weaved its way through the band’s extensive discography, often adjusting the arrangements and blending tracks together. They played a number of songs from the latest record and didn’t neglect to play fan favorites like “California Songs”, “High-Fiving MF” and their radio hit, “Bound for the Floor”.

Iowa City locals Otros Outros opened the show with their own fuzzed-out, post-punk sound, setting the perfect vibe for the evening.


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