After a couple test series of “laa laa laas” ,“oohs” and even a quick verse from “Rapper’s Delight”, the indie folk-pop band Paleface was set to take the stage, or former living room, in the cozy hipster bar of Delray’s Dada. The three piece band comprised of Paleface (lead singer/acoustic guitar), Mo (drums/percussion), and Soren (electric guitar) took the stage with eclectic style and grace. Instruments credited to Paleface’s unique style includes a tambourine attached to a drum set as well as a harmonica. Of course, front man Paleface’s deep bluesy voice makes a contribution as well.
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