Ex Hex, D.C.’s finest rock ‘n’ roll band, is touring relentlessly this year, bringing its screaming riffs to both coasts, the flyover states and Western Europe. One of its highest-profile stops this summer was the Pitchfork Music Festival, the annual jamboree hosted in Chicago by music outlet Pitchfork.
Ex Hex’s July 18 set was reportedly cut short by torrential rain — but Pitchfork managed to capture the band playing “Waterfall” and “Waste Your Time” before the skies opened. Both songs appear on the band’s debut album, Rips. Watch Pitchfork’s two videos below.
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