Larkin Grimm, a surrealist singer-songwriter with a strong connection to mysticism and her Southern upbringing, is always compelling to watch. She played a loose, acoustic set last night with two backing musicians and true to form, offered the evening's best bit of banter: "How many ladies are menstruating right now?," she inquired with wide eyes and a wider smile. Grimm went on to talk about spirit orgasms (hint: she's found a planet where you can have them all the time) and ended her set with this gem, "My Justine":
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