This weekend, Noisey hosted another round of JanSport Bonfire Sessions, this time in Seattle. The intimate night of outdoor music was headlined by Dan Bejar, the driving force behind the Canadian indie rock outfit Destroyer. Before the sun went down, local three-piece Dude York rocked it out as evening's opening act. Later, after a breath-taking set of self-described "crush pop" by Vancouver's own The Belle Game, Dan Bejar bewitched the crowd with songs from Poison Season, the anticipated follow-up to 2011's Kaputt. Weren't able to get there? No sweat. We took beautiful pictures for you.
See Destroyer's Dan Bejar Melt Seattle at JanSport Bonfire Sessions Presented by Noisey
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