Premier: Watch Kiro Skiro performing “The End Of” on Earwig Sessions Vol. 2

Premiering today on Northwest Music Scene is the video for “The End Of” from Kiro Skiro as the first installment of Earwig Sessions Vol. 2.

Earwig Sessions Vol. 2 is the second installment of a new series at Earwig Studio in Seattle. Multiple bands perform live to an audience in the main room of the recording studio.

Don Farwell, co-owner and chief recording engineer at Earwig, wants bands to have an opportunity to show what they can do live but still have the sound of a studio recording. Since millions of people are now finding music through YouTube, it is increasingly important to have a presence there. He has teamed up with Lance Hofstad, who handles all the visuals, to offer a unique look to match the sound of the recordings.

The first band in Volume 2 is Kiro Skiro, performing “The End Of”. Having started out as a bedroom recording project and now a live band, Kiro Skiro is an atypical breed of dark pop, drawing influence from bands like Deerhunter, The Cure, and Bon Iver.

(Check out “The End Of” below via YouTube and get more info about Kiro Skiro HERE. Get more info about Earwig Studios HERE and check out the Earwig Sessions playlist on YouTube HERE.)