The “(Un)comfortable” video is available HERE.
The creative pair met in high school in Berkeley, California and reunited in Bushwick, Brooklyn, building out a loft to be their home and studio where they crafted this debut. To experience the band live displays an almost tangible quality to their deeply rooted bond. Having shared stages with Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus, Joseph, and Half Waif, among others, the duo is sure to give standout performances at a handful of upcoming summer festivals and their co-headlining summer tour with Henry Jamison. Fans can also catch the band live in NYC for their record release show July 19 at Union Pool.
Like their stylized color palette of black and white, the duo’s instrumentation appears simple and spare at first glance, but there’s a powerful prism effect at work in their music that brings us back to the concept of duality: their songs are intimate and expansive, questioning and confident. The album plays in a chronological order that represents the duo’s path forged to assemble this enthralling collection. Their journey through adventurous youth and cohabitation is evident on their self-titled debut full length.
6/24: Windham, NY @ Blackdome Music Festival
7/19: Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool, LPR Presents: Record Release Show
7/26: Woodbridge, NJ @ Parker Press Park
8/24: Montreal, QC @ Brasserie Beaubien *
8/25: Toronto, ON @ The Drake Hotel *
8/26: Chicago, IL @ Schubas Tavern *
8.29 @ World Café Live (Philadelphia, PA)*
8/30: Washington, DC @ Songbyrd Music House & Record Café *
9/8: Portland, ME @ One Longfellow Square *
9/10: Allston, MA @ Great Scott *
9/12: New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge *
9/14: Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theater *
9/15: San Francisco, CA @ Café Du Nord *
* = co-headline with Henry Jamison
photo credit: Aysia Marotta