Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Brass Bed perform at NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series, SXSW, and beyond...

Don't miss Brass Bed's incredible performance at NPR's Tiny Desk Concertseries and, next month, the band returns to SXSW!

Tour Dates:
03.11 – 03.15 – Austin, TX @ SXSW
03.11.14 – Austin, TX @ Good Danny’s at Empire Control Room at 2:15 (inside stage)
03.11.14 - Austin, TX @ Riot Act Media SXSW Official Showcase – Javelina at 9:20
03.12.14 - Austin, TX @ Lafayette Live at The Continental Club at 2:30
03.13.14 - Austin, TX @ Austin Psych Fest at Hotel Vegas at 2:00 (inside stage)
04.03.14 – Jackson, MS @ Morningbell Records
04.04.14 – St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway
04.05.14 – Memphis, TN @ The Hi-Tone

What the press is saying:
"The oddly buoyant and utterly captivating album, out April 23, evokes a sad parade of broken hearts, loneliness, death, fear and even madness" NPR 
"...if I wanted to pretend to be cool, I would name-drop Brass Bed while also pretending that I know things about wine by saying a certain glass tastes “peaty” and “baroque.”" VICE
"The Secret Will Keep You’s underlying theme of disappointment is anything but. And if Brass Bed keeps their songs sunny and dark and familiar and weird, they could be sharing their disillusionment for the next generation." PASTE
"The Secret Will Keep You has been in constant rotation at my desk recently." The New Yorker
"…it's really fucking good." Captain's Dead
"...its undertones of 70’s-style countrified pop remain, but cocooned in a haze of psychedelia and sweet fuzz." The Times-Picayune
"...a psych-kissed, organ-powered jangler with enough electricity to power your cell phone or laptop for the next 25 listens (please review your data plan before attempting)." SPIN
"Songs for a generation in limbo." The Advocate
"Bursts of feedback, heavy guitar hooks and brooding keyboards carry mature themes — whether dead-end dreams, romance or regret." The Gambit
"I don’t know how you can have both chaos and roominess at the same time, but Brass Bed does it." Music For Robots
"The Secret Will Keep You is a swift-moving, riverine composition of indie-rock teeming with the alluvial guitar bursts and thumping bass that are deposited along the banks of the ten songs that comprise the album." Pop Press International

Watch the video for "Please Don't Go"

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