Posted in music | tour dates on December 11, 2011

DOWNLOAD: Gospel Music - This Town Don't Have Enough Bars for Both of Us (MP3)

Gospel Music

I'm just going to quote the post we did during CMJ here:

Then it's Gospel Music which is Owen Holmes who used to be in CMJ 2007 buzz band Black Kids but now makes indiepop somewhere between Stephin Merrit and Jonathan Richman (which is a definite sweet spot for me.) Holmes got help from Hefner's Darren Hayman, Camera Obscura's Traceyanne Campbell and others on last year's Duets EP, but for his full-length debut, How to Get to Heaven from Jacksonville, FL,  he shares the mike full-time with fellow Jacksonville resident Madeline Long. Check out an MP3 of first single "This Town Doesn't Have Enough Bars For Both Of Us" and watch the video (which features his old Black Kids pals) at the bottom.
Gospel Music is now on a tour that hits Glasslands in Brooklyn tonight (12/11) with Ra Ra Rasputin, White Life, and Brother Reverend. All tour dates are listed below...

Gospel Music - Automobile

Gospel Music - This Town Doesn't Have Enough Bars For Both Of Us

Gospel Music -- 2011 Tour Dates
December 11 -- Glasslands, Brooklyn, NY
December 12 -- Kung Fu Necktie, Philadelphia, PA
December 13 -- Strange Matter, Richmond, VA
December 14 -- Snug Harbor, Charlotte, NC
December 15 -- Motorco Music Hall, Durham, NC
December 16 -- Flicker Theatre, Athens, GA
December 17 -- The Basement, Atlanta, GA
December 18 -- Jack Rabbits, Jacksonville, FL



Comments (3)

Didn't Pitchfork give the Black Kids debut EP a "Best New Music"?

Posted by Anonymous | December 11, 2011 12:56 PM

I usually hate lo-fi twee, but these songs actually have direction, the songwriting is interesting, the off-key/monotone vocals contribute to the song, and the songs don't sound like they were recorded in a dumpster. This is really good.

Posted by Jeremy | December 12, 2011 3:41 PM

amazing type of music

Posted by jordon | August 10, 2013 3:13 PM

Leave a Comment