LUMPS is the musical beast created by Aaron Hester. Previously West Coast-based, the solo project-turned-trio-turned-Brooklyn band has certainly seen some changes, but what’s remained is Hester’s catchy, garage pop style. With King Pizza Records Big Cheese/Mad Doctors skins-pounding maniac Greg Hanson on drums, local guitar legend and enemy of sleeves on shirts Jon Mann shredding, and Rich Seibert handling bass action, LUMPS is a force to be reckoned with. They took the live room at Serious Business by storm for this fun-filled session.
LUMPS is currently recording the follow-up record to 2016’s Curses!
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