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Grubby Little Hands

Take a Starry-eyed Stroll w/Grubby Little Hands at JB's Feb. 13

Grubby Little Hands will be headlining the bill tonight at Johnny Brenda’s. The former duo’s upcoming album, Garden Party, which will be released on April 29 via Lefse Records, boasts a newly fortified lineup of instrumentalists, including members of Brown Recluse and Young Grandpa, equipping them with a wider, richer sonic spectrum for their languorous, whimsical psychedelia to survey. Thankfully, the addition of these members has not disturbed the feng shui of the band, as established by their first couple releases; the music continues its starry-eyed stroll down the path of experimental/experiential psych-pop that bands like Animal Collective and Atlas Sound paved with the same glassy, listless enlightenment. Supporting Grubby Little Hands is Grandchildren, the eclectic baroque pop band that draws inspiration as much from modern indie as Afropop, classical, and orchestral music. Also scheduled to perform is The Orange Drop, who model their sound more directly in the style of classic 60's psychedelic rock, while also inescapably passing and refracting through the lens of 90's neo-psychedelia on the way. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $10, 21+ - Bryce Woodcock

New Track: "Dial Tone" - Grubby Little Hands

“Dial Tone,” the first single issued off Grubby Little Hands's forthcoming LP Garden Party, transports you onto a hypnotic psych-pop pillow. Recently signed to Lefse Records (who will be releasing the album on April 29), the song teases the makings of an engrossing collection of tracks with its Tame Impala-esque tone. Catch the band this Saturday, February 13, alongside the cerebral sounds of Grandchildren and The Orange Drop.


New Music Video: “Unring Bell” - Grubby Little Hands

Grubby Little Hands premiered a charming new music video yesterday via YVYNYL for the track “Unring Bell.” The song is off their just released album The Grass Grew Around Our Feet. The video was directed by filmmaker Brian Melton.

Grubby Little Hands - Unring A Bell (NSFW) from Brian Melton


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