So hey, why don't we all cap off our work week with a trio of totally disparate but enjoyable performance vids?
* Up first we have an intimate little performance from local folk songster Stone Jack Jones, who's been on our radar a lot lately (with videos and tracks and remembrances of dearly departed folk legends), mainly because his third full-length, Ancestor, will be out March 4. Above you can watch a Zack Spiger-directed clip of Jones playing his spare, lullaby-like ballad "Petey's Song." Neat, tender little song and performance.
* I mean OK, we've all seen Wild Cub play "Thunder Clatter," the bopping, feel-good, indie-pop number from their record Youth — we've seen them play it in living rooms and in front of Jimmy Fallon. They've got the damn thing down pat. But hey, why not, let's watch 'em do it for Austin's KUTX! Head after the jump to see the Cubbies doing another tight rendition of their best tune, and catch their homecoming show March 2 at 3rd & Lindsley.
* And finally, here's this: Local clothiers DCXV have just launched an in-shop performance series they're calling, duh, "Shop Sessions." Episode 1 features local husband-and-wife-and-one-other-dude landlocked surf-pop troupe Repeat Repeat. As we recently pointed out, RR will release their debut LP on March 11, but you can watch them play their sweetie-pie ode to puppy love, "Love That Never Ages," after the jump. Wander over to DCXV's Tumblr to hear the two other live tracks Repeat Repeat laid down while they were in the shop.