Hammer No More the Fingers
Wednesday, July 2, 2014 | 7:00 pm
Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Catchy and fun, Hammer No More the Fingers’ music grows more interesting and intricate after each listen. Recorded in 2007, Hammer No More the Fingers’ self-titled EP catapulted the band into the Triangle music scene. After touring the release, the band received national recognition, most notably as a Stereogum Band to Watch. The band took their next batch of material to producer J Robbins to create their first LP, Looking for Bruce, and Hammer returned to work with Robbins in 2010 to record Black Shark, their most recent full-length release. Touring both releases extensively in the US and UK, Hammer has found a growing population of die-hard fans. Their most recent EP, Pink Worm, was released in spring 2012 on Gigantic Music.
**Music in the Gardens presentations are excluded from Pick-4 & Age-30-&-Under discounts.**
Duke Performances’ 2014 Music in the Gardens is made possible, in part, with support from Duke Continuing Studies, Duke Summer Session & the Sarah P. Duke Gardens.