Destination / Postcards

Waiting for the weekend: on the road with Scarlett Stevens

From French 75s at Lucien, pre-show makeup application in Washington and endless diner-style filter coffee, RUSSH woman and San Cisco drummer, Scarlett Stevens, sends her favourite snaps from the band’s US tour leg.

“Backstage at the The Black Cat in Washington. My favourite pre-show ritual is doing my makeup.
Photography Olivia Senior.”

“Found some cowboy boots in Philly.”

“Performing at The Great Scott in Boston.”

“Notes on camp. Liberace’s diamanté encrusted suit on display at the Met.”

“Bullet Space, Alphabet City.”

“Inside the Virgil Abloh exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.”

“Vanessa and Cassia in the Bronx.”

“The Hi Lo Diner, Minneapolis.”

“Lola gazing across the Manhattan skyline at sunset.”

“Lucien at closing time. Photography Jennifer Aslett.”

“One too many French 75s. Jen and I at Lucien.”

“Backstage at the Teragram Ballroom and full of nerves, about to play our first show of the US tour.”

“Killing time on the tour bus. Photography Harris Waters.”

“This is Maggie’s cat, Charlie Chaplin.”

“Jordi and Olivia matching in Central Park.”

“Mum in Maggie’s apartment. Maggie Wrigley is a dear friend and full of stories, an amazing writer who lives in an old artists’ squat on 3rd street and Loisada ave in Alphabet City.”

“Cruising down 5th Avenue on the M4.”

“Patiently waiting for my filter coffee at the diner. Photography Olivia Senior.”

“Cooling down in Washington DC, photography Olivia Senior.”

“Truck stop outside Washington DC.”

“Outside my favourite shopping spot, Economy Candy, on Rivington Street. Photography Anna Chiovitti.”

“We were lucky enough to have this rock dog, Carla Geneve, supporting us on the tour.”

“Greenpoint, New York.”