Wolves in the Throne Room never fails to bring snow to Bellingham. I’ve seen them twice here and twice it’s snowed.
I’ve only washed dishes for them once, though.
I work at the local food coop, which must be the band’s food-provider of choice in Bellingham: last year they came to the show laden with bags and bags of edibles from the aforementioned market and this year, I spied them twice at the coop. I was working a dish shift, so, using simple logic, the fact that they ate off of the deli’s dishes, and the fact that I was scrubbing said dishes means there’s no way in hel I couldn’t have cleaned Wolves’ platters and cutlery.
Which is a little weird, I won’t lie. When you listen and love a group, you don’t expect to do menial tasks for them. Even so, how many people can say they’ve washed dishes for a black metal band (that isn’t also a friend)?
(Bassist from the opener, Druden)