Garage rockers Black Lips to perform in Brooklyn

Black Lips, an Atlanta-based garage rock outfit, will perform at Music Hall of Williamsburg on Thursday, Oct. 5. Also on the bill, which is set to kick off at 9 p.m., will be special guests The Nude Party and Diet Choke.

Black Lips are on tour showcasing selections from their latest studio long-player, Satan’s Graffiti or God’s Art?, which was released back in May through Vice Records. Produced by Sean Lennon, son of the late, great John Lennon, Satan’s Graffiti or God’s Art was supported by three singles: “Can’t Hold On,” “Squatting in Heaven,” and “Occidental Front,” which featured Yoko Ono.

Good Bad Not Evil, Black Lips’ fourth full-length recently marked its 10th anniversary. The album, which landed at No. 18 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart following its September 2007 release, featured standout tracks like “Navajo,” “Bad Kids,” “Veni Vidi Vici,” and “Cold Hands.”

Also on the bill is The Nude Party, a garage-rock act who recently located to New York by way of North Carolina. The Nude Party recently finished up recording for their debut full-length at Dreamland Studios in Woodstock. The forthcoming album was preceded by its lead single “Water on Mars.” The band has previously shared the stage with peers like Night Beats, The Growlers, and The Oblivians.

Diet Choke, a theatrical noise rock three-piece based in NYC, will serve as opening act.

Tickets, $20, are available here at Doors open at 8 p.m. This is an 18 & over event. Music Hall of Williamsburg is located at 66 North 6th Street in Brooklyn, New York. For more information, visit Black Lips’ website and Music Hall of Williamsburg’s website.