Ah, the Winter Olympics: a wonderful time of year when we all remember our primal love of sliding down snowy things, while moms across the world find themselves delirious with the overwhelming amount of figure skating on television. It’s a time of year when underdog Jamaican bobsled teams and the cranky Germans who harass them can rise above their cultural differences. A time of year when passions run high, athletes’ knees are ripe for attack, and miracles (on ice) are all around us.
The only question that remains is this: Who’s gonna play some great dance music at the afterparty when America wins the gold? Devo, of course!
Devo, who are eager to release a new album in the spring (their first in 20 years), have announced that they will be heading to Vancouver and will be playing as part of the Whistler Victory Ceremonies on February 22 with the concert being broadcast in the US on NBC.
Singer and famous lamp-head Mark Mothersbaugh, excited for the gig, took time to remind fans: “We are back with inspirational tomes of truth and neuro-simpatico sonic nuggets for the entire world, not just our species!”