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Mercury Girls

Mercury Girls Opening for Suburban Living at Bourbon & Branch April 11

Mercury Girls offer an interesting, organic spin, pulling from a Brit-pop foundation to create clean, jangly pop-rock that invites you along for the journey. The quartet unites former Catnaps members Adrianne Gold (Tender Vision) and Carolyn Haynes (Ghost Gum) with Literature members Kevin Attics & Chris Schackerman, and begins their new musical adventure this evening opening a tri-fold bill at Bourbon & Branch. The invigorating baroque pop of Tutlie bridges the gap. The intoxicating vocal interplay of Jessie Radlow and Rebecca Way takes one into the upper atmosphere as the delicately layered instrumentation establishes a cozy, ethereal environment. Wesley Bunch–led Suburban Living headline as part of their month-long residency at the NoLibs venue. Bunch’s controlled (yet emotively stirring) vocals take a ride on the perpetually moving 1-2 punch of synth and percussion, cruising along the shadowy, dream-pop terrain. Bourbon & Branch, 705 N. 2nd St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

Free Download: "July 22nd" (Demo) - Mercury Girls

The new quartet of Mercury Girls unites Kevin Attics & Chris Schackerman of Literature with Adrianne Gold (Tender Vision) and Carolyn Haynes (Ghost Gum) formerly of Catnaps/When I Was 12. “ July 22nd,” of half their recently released demos, floats a dialogue of vocals, and pushes it with steady-handed combination of bass and drums as a jangly guitar cuts through, giving the song an 80’s Brit-pop vibe. You can catch Mercury Girls on Saturday, April 11 at Bourbon & Branch.


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