Tim Armstrong Performs An Intimate Version of Rancid’s ‘East Bay Night’ — Exclusive Video
Noisecreep has partnered with ‘At: Guitar Center With Nic Harcourt’ to bring you an exclusive premiere of Rancid‘s Tim Armstrong performing the band’s ‘Easy Bay Night’ acoustically. It’s an intimate clip, as though the modern punk icon is playing just for you in your living room. With his skull cap tattoo and craggy, whiskey-soaked vocal style, there’s a lot of life lived in Armstrong’s voice and his vibe.
The full podcast with Armstrong, who owns and operates Hellcat Records, will be available March 1. But this video gives you a nice taste of what’s to come.
‘East Bay Night’ originally appeared on Rancid’s 2009 ‘Let the Dominoes Fall’ album. Check out Armstrong’s acoustic version below.
Watch Rancid’s Tim Armstrong Perform ‘East Bay Night’ From At: Guitar Center
‘At: Guitar Center With Nic Harcourt’ is a podcast series that that delivers unique music, and the stories behind it as told to host, Nic Harcourt, in the highest quality possible. The series features both exclusive performance videos and audio podcasts of these interviews that aim to tell the stories of the artists, their background, their music and more.
Harcourt was previously the Music Director for Santa Monica, California-based radio station KCRW and is also a published author and has lent his talents to films like ‘Gone Baby Gone’ and ‘Life As We Know It’ as a music supervisor.
Check out more information here: At: Guitar Center With Nic Harcourt.