Last year, as you might recall, the Swayback landed a gig at Rock 'N Rev, the largest shindig at Sturgis. Just before Christmas, we posted one of the videos from that trip featuring some rad footage the dudes shot to go along with a tune called "St. Francis" that they jammed in the wee hours of the morning -- and the whole thing was reportedly done on two iPhones.
Now, for your viewing pleasure, we've just got our hands on some live footage of the Rock 'N Rev performance, plus a bonus clip of the band playing an in-store in Los Angeles Origami Vinyl, with special guest Sara T drumming on the spindles of the banister. The beloved Dance-o-tron DJ, now living in Los Angeles, came down to show some love and ended up augmenting the drum loops, which were filling in for Martijn Bolster, who didn't make the trip. And as you'll see, she does a mighty fine job.
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