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Easy Habits "Perfect Lady"

Easy Habits released a great new single last week called “Perfect Lady”. This is actually a cover of a song written and recorded by a country musician named Hikory. The b-side, “Where Do We Go From Here”, also has a classic feel in the vein of ’60’s romantic pop.

This is the band’s first releases since their debut full-length, Greeting From…, was released back in January.


Town Criers @ D.C. Torium (5/26)

Town Criers released their debut EP back in February. The EP was filled heavy hitting Psych Rock, and helped build a following for this young band. This week their Daytrotter session, which was recorded back in March, was released. This should give this Chicago gem much more national coverage this summer.

You can catch Town Criers at D.C. Torium (3026 W Armitage Ave) on May 26th with Ex Okays, The Hazy Seas & The Knees. They will also be performing at Burlington Bar on May 31st with Stoops and The Fonzie Scheme.


Grapetooth "Violent"

Grapetooth, Clay Frankel (Twin Peaks) and Chris Bailoni (Homesick), have released their second single “Violent”. The duo released their debut single, “Trouble”, last fall to critical acclaim, and this poppy, ’80’s New Order-esque follow-up does not disappoint.

You can catch Grapetooth at Lincoln Hall on July 21st with Rookie and James Swanberg. Tickets for this show go on sale Friday, May 25th.

Minor Moon "It's Okay"

Minor Moon have released a new single called “It’s Okay”. According to songwriter and lead singer, Sam Cantor, the song focuses on how he balances being a cynic and how "that cynicism is rooted so much in a desire for hope and for a better world – you have to acknowledge the pain of that cynicism".

You can help Minor Moon celebrate the release of “It’s Okay” on May 26th at Hungry Brain with Jessica Risker.


Earring "Flower Every"

Earring has released a new single called “Flower Every” via Fire Talk Records. This is their first release since their impressive 2017 debut LP, Tunn Star. Earring is the side project of Jason Balla and Alexander Otake of Ne-Hi.


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