Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Buried Beds Record Release Show

Buried Beds, the West Philadelphia folk-flavored quintet fronted by Brandon Beaver and Eliza Jones, rock-out more than ever on Tremble The Sails, their first album since the 2006 full length debut Empty Rooms. The BBs celebrate the release of the by-turns lyrical ("Shepard's Keep"), bouncy ("Grandma's Bow") and raucous ("Your Modern Age") Tremble, which was produced by Spinto Band's Nick Krill, at Johnny Brenda's tonight as they top a triple bill that includes the bountifully talented B.C. Camplight and an acoustic opening set by Scott McMicken of Dr. Dog. Go here to hear Tremble The Sails.

Buried Beds Record Release Show

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Buried Beds, the West Philadelphia folk-flavored quintet fronted by Brandon Beaver and Eliza Jones, rock-out more than ever on Tremble The Sails, their first album since the 2006 full length debut Empty Rooms. The BBs celebrate the release of the by-turns lyrical ("Shepard's Keep"), bouncy ("Grandma's Bow") and raucous ("Your Modern Age") Tremble, which was produced by Spinto Band's Nick Krill, at Johnny Brenda's tonight as they top a triple bill that includes the bountifully talented B.C. Camplight and an acoustic opening set by Scott McMicken of Dr. Dog. Go here to hear Tremble The Sails.

Previously:  Sun Airway at Johnny Brenda's

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