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Seth Faergolzia's eponymously named quintet, Faergolzia, will kick it at Skylark Lounge before heading out for a month-long European tour. Help from a fan in Sweden who is lending the group a vehicle for the upcoming shows is making this tour possible. Seth Faergolzia is no stranger to foreign places, having played in almost two-dozen countries either as a solo performer or as a member of his ex-band Dufus. This new band, consisting of California-based musician John Ludington and members of 23 Psaegz, will perform tunes from Faergolzia's "100 songs" project along with songs from the Faergolzia-Ludington collaboration, Forest Creature. "We have tons of friends in Germany and Austria," Faergolzia says, "I love to see those people and those shows are usually solid. I'm pumped about Sweden and Denmark ... Of course, it would be wonderful if we find a record label or management or something like that."

Faergolzia performs on Saturday, September 19, at Skylark Lounge, 40 South Union Street. 9 p.m. $6. theskylarklounge.com; faergolzia.com.

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