SXSW: Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man keep NME gig rocking

London art-doom popsters keep things dark at Wave

Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man. kept the NME gig at SXSW in Austin, Texas rocking tonight (March 14) with a five-song set of sinister art-rock.

Wearing garbs seemingly styled on an Amish gentleman, frontman Fred Les took the stage wearing a white shirt, black braces and a huge black hat, and led his band through a set including �Fatherhood� and �Thanatos�.

The band were playing their second NME show of the week, having played an afternoon set at Wave on the opening day of SXSW (March 12).

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Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man played:

�Fatherhood�

�Where Dead Voices Gather�

�The Drowned And The Saved�

�Motherhood�

�Thanatos�

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