Belle & Sebastian

Belle & Sebastian

Japanese Breakfast

Sat, June 30

7:00 pm

Oregon Zoo

Portland, OR

$35-$95

This event is all ages

Belle & Sebastian
Belle & Sebastian
"Belle & Sebastian" are an indie pop band formed in Glasgow, Scotland in January 1996.

"Belle et Sébastien" is a novel by Cécile Aubry about a boy "Sébastien" and his Pyrénées mountain dog "Belle". It became famous and popular children's television series in France in the late sixties and then in the world in the early seventies.
Japanese Breakfast
Japanese Breakfast
A solo moniker for Philadelphia musician Michelle Zauner, Japanese Breakfast began as a monthlong, song-a-day writing challenge during a break from her indie rock band Little Big League. That resulted in 2013's June, an intimate set of melodic, electric guitar-accompanied lo-fi tunes issued on cassette by Ranch Records. She continued to write solo and with her band, with Japanese Breakfast's self-released Where Is My Great Big Feeling? and the Seagreen Records cassette American Sound both following in the summer of 2014 before Little Big League's Tropical Jinx arrived that October. With a varied palette including markedly bigger, synth-boosted sounds that bridged lo-fi and indie pop, Japanese Breakfast's Yellow K Records debut, Psychopomp, was released in the spring of 2016.