A queer, indigenous artist from Washington, now living in Portland, Black Belt Eagle Scout’s Katherine Paul crafts aching bedroom pop with a rock n’ roll bend. Growing up just outside of Anacortes at the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community reservation, Paul combines influences from her culture with the Riot Grrrl and grunge she discovered as a teen.
Catch Black Belt Eagle Scout while they make a Pickathon debut this summer, performing on Friday August 2nd in the Lucky Barn and again on Sunday August 4th on the Treeline Stage. Check the schedule or artist page for exact times. See them this summer at Pendarvis Farm!
Read: Pitchfork Review: Mother of My Childen
Read: FADER: Black Belt Eagle Scout is shaking up the sound of Pacific Northwest sadness
Read: CLTURE: For Black Belt Eagle Scout, music expands further than the venues
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