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Graveyard Lovers

Graveyard Lovers land Pianos residency, play tonight (05.12)

Graveyard Lovers, a Brooklyn based three-piece that's been around since 2010, blends the tension of post punk with the melodicism and distorted guitar aesthetics of grunge. Last week they started a May residency at Pianos, after releasing two new singles: 'Partner' and 'Told a Lie' (streaming below). The former is a love song that strays from the band's normally aggressive sound, while the latter offers classic '90s loud/quite/loud production, striking a balance between the Flaming Lips' visionary pop and Nirvana's dynamic melodicism. Both tracks will be part of the band's upcoming album 'Past The Forest Of The Fruitless Thoughts,' scheduled to be released in June. This will be their fourth release since the 2011 self titled debut - you can see them at Pianos tonight (May 12th). - Amanda McCall


Graveyard Lovers release video for Ripe to Misbehave

What happens when you bring the blues of the deep south to the urban jungles of Manhattan? Passport issues? For Graveyard Lovers, there's an instant connection between Zach Reynolds' roots from Louisiana, and the city backdrop to drummer Tricia Purvis' rock roots. Think Deertick's angst with the rock posturing of arena bands like My Chemical Romance, and you've come close to the sound of their debut EP 'Manifesto."

The video to "Ripe to Misbehave" is ripe with the tortured thoughts of anyone who's grown to hate Brooks Brothers. Watch it here, stream the song below. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)


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