The Bots at Rough Trade NYC

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The Bots is comprised of brothers Anaiah Lei, 18, and Mikaiah Lei, 21. Mikaiah plays the guitar and keyboard, while his younger brother plays the drums. The duo rocked the stage at Rough Trade NYC, which is located in Williamsburg (Brooklyn). Monday, March 27th, was the first stop of their Pink Palms TourThe eldest showcased his groovy moves across the stage, and the youngest played the drums with such precision. The Bots played a magnificent set of rock ‘n roll songs like “Bad Friends,” “Ubiquitous,” and “Blinded.” Their debut full-length album, Pink Palms (FADER), is now available for purchase. The duo has also premiered their music video for the track “Blinded,” which was directed by The Walking Dead‘s Norman Reedus. Reedus was also present at the show to show support for the Lei brothers. Keep an eye out for these bad boys as they were deemed “Most Likely to Succeed” by Rolling Stone magazine.

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