Always a fan favorite down here, Phosphorescent is at this year's SXSW in support of "To Willie," a new tribute album to Austin's patron saint, Willie Nelson. Sadly, Phosphorescent's set at the Mohawk last night was a bit short, so the band didn't play anything off that album.
Here's Phosphorescent mastermind Matthew Houck and his crack band trying out a new song called "I Wish I Was in Heaven Sitting Down":
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