ArtSEA: A colorful noodle spill on the streets of Seattle



What are you doing for Memorial Day weekend? This year the holiday seems to hold both summer plans and the promise of our post-pandemic future: barbecues with strangers! standing less than 6 feet apart while waiting in line for ice cream! And showing off unfettered smiles instead of those unsightly mask tan lines.

There’s a soundtrack for this hopeful feeling, courtesy of True Loves, the Seattle funk and soul band whose second full-length album, Sunday Afternoon, comes out Friday with a release party streaming live from The Royal Room (May 28 at 7 p.m.). A supergroup of accomplished local jazz and blues musicians, the True Loves have crafted an irresistible collection of instrumental songs that ooze effortless cool.


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