Seattle's Tea Cozies have some new music for your listening machines. Bang Up is a 5 song EP and comes out in stores October 30, 2012.
The first single, "Muchos Dracula," was just released, with a music video and is currently available FOR FREE at Tea Cozies official website through the month.
Tea Cozies - Muchos Dracula video:
Nestled somewhere between garage rock and indie pop lives a Seattle band called Tea Cozies. Taking their influence from 60s British Invasion bands and 90s indie rock, this four-piece creates a cyclone of reverb drenched guitars, girl-on-girl harmonies, and surf rock beats.
Guitarist/vocalists Jessi Reed and Brady Harvey met in high school in Colorado and started playing music soon after. Their desire to be in a band and live by large bodies of water drew them to the wily city of Seattle where they recruited bassist Jeff Anderson and drummer Garrett Croxon (former Fleet Foxes). Tea Cozies have recently shared the stage with Ty Segall, White Fence, and Wussy as well as made appearances at NW Music Festivals and SXSW.
The new EP was recorded in the Summer of 2012 by Kurt Bloch (Visqueen, The Fastbacks, Sunny Day Real Estate.)
Silhouette in a Suitcase
Release date: October 30, 2012
Format: CD & digital DL
Label: Self Released
Band homebase: Seattle, WA
"Seattle band Tea Cozies are undeniable. Sly with garage tendencies of rock and pop, their Noir fire, she to she vocals make Twister mat anthems. The combo of Jessi Reed and Brady Harvey is a pillow fight gone right." - Trent Moorman, The Stranger
"Seattle's Tea Cozies who are a perfect blend of Brit Pop goodness mixed with the wit and swagger of garage rockers around the world." - Leigh Bezezekoff, KEXP
Tea Cozies Official Website