Endless Boogie announce US tour with Träd, Gräs & Stenar; release animated video for “Back in ‘74”

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When a band calls itself Endless Boogie it has only one mode of touring: endless — and preferably with ample helpings of boogie. Thankfully, the Brooklyn natives are very good at playing live and have been boogieing in that setting since the turn of the century which is practically endlessly.

The group’s next tour looks set to be even more epic, as they have made space in the van for legendary Swedish psych group Träd, Gräs & Stenar (who have been playing since 1969…which really is practically an endless time ago!). The two bands will hit up loads of outdoor festivals over summer to amply fill the Grateful Dead void.

So committed to their mission of endlessly boogieing, the band don’t even have an album to justify the road trip, but they have just released an animated clip to “Back In ‘74” off their Vibe Killer album from last year.

Endless Boogie will also be warming up their boogie pants with a solo trip around France. All dates are below the video clip.

One bounded portion of the endlessness of boogie:

07.21.18 – Paris, FR – Petit Bain
07.22.18 – Lorient, FR – Le Galion
07.24.18 – Bordeaux, FR – Le Grand Parc
07.25.18 – Bordeaux, FR – Relache
07.26.18 – La Rochelle, FR – La Sirene
07.27-28.18 – Binic, FR – Folks Blues Festival
09.21.18 – San Francisco, CA – The Chapel (w/ Ryley Walker) *
09.23.18 – Big Sur, CA – Henry Miller Library *
09.24-26.18 – Los Angeles, CA – Zebulon *
09.28.18 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg *
09.29.18 – Greenfield, MA – Root Cella *
09.30.18 – Philadelphia, PA – Boot & Saddle *
10.01.18 – Washington, DC – DC9 *
10.03.18 – Columbus, OH – Wexner Center *
10.04.18 – Chicago, IL – The Hideout *
10.05-06.18 – Louisville, KY – Cropped Out *

* Träd, Gräs och Stenar

Oh Sees – “Dead Medic” & “A Few Days Of Reflection”

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John Dwyer’s ever-morphing rock project released two new albums last year, one as Oh Sees (Orc) and another as OCS (Memory of A Cut Off Head), and they wrapped up 2017 by releasing a limited edition 12″ featuring two outtakes from the Orc sessions. On Side A is a sprawling, groovy … More »