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Restless Habs and False Flag at The Five O’Clock Lounge

Restless Habs and False Flag will perform at The 5 O’Clock Lounge in Lakewood, Ohio on Saturday, March 28, 2015.

The post punk label has been hung on False Flag without due process. False Flag more accurately describe themselves as “Post Modern” in a literal way. False Flag plays an intentionally short set of frantic yet often danceable art damage addressing the bottle neck and pending collapse facing humanity with loud guitar muscles, melodic bass lines and tense percussion. Without introduction, stage banter or pause, False Flag rips though an overtly despondent lament with the precision of a platoon of seasoned guerrilla fighters.

Restless Habs was originally formed by Ken Blaze (The Unknown, K-ration), Peter Woodward (The Unknown, Sidecar, Dreyfus), and Noah Smit (Mustion, ON), after years of talking about playing together. A trip to a Big Drill Car reunion show was the final spark the three needed to get the project off the ground (hence the name). The goal was to write some songs and figure out the rest of it later.

Doors open at 9:00 PM

Restless Habs and False Flag at The Five O'Clock Lounge in Lakewood, Ohio
Restless Habs and False Flag at The Five O’Clock Lounge in Lakewood, Ohio
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No Way To Hide Your Tracks by Restless Habs

The Restless Habs have been playing their style of Rust Belt power punk for over five years and show no signs of taking it easy. Peter Woodward (vocals, guitar), Ken Blaze (vocals, bass) and Tim Babcock (drums) are a seasoned crew that took their years of band experience and constructed a bulletproof sonic machine. “No Way To Hide Your Tracks,” their fourth self-produced EP release, is a relentless dose of Midwest / Great Lakes rock, with hook-laden power chords and high energy that doesn’t let up.

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