“I can tell you stories if you really want to know” chimes in Zach Rogue during the first part of “Take It Slow”. The…Read More
Rogue Wave formed in 2002 when a newly-unemployed Zach Rogue left his San Francisco home, visited friends in New York City, and returned to California with nearly a full album’s worth of textured, cerebral indie pop. Rogue then quit his post in his previous group, the Desoto Reds, and finished the album, which was released on Rogue’s own Responsive label under the title Out of the Shadow. As he was completing the record, Rogue decided to form a band in order to perform the material live, and he soon hooked up with drummer/keyboardist Pat Spurgeon, bassist Sonya Westcott, and guitarist Gram LeBron. This outfit played shows in 2003 with the likes of Spoon, Mates of State, and other indie rock big shots. Impressed with their growing buzz, Sub Pop signed Rogue Wave and reissued Out of the Shadow in 2004.
Rogue Wave have shared their second single “Ocean”. the track comes off their forthcoming full-length Delusions of Grand Fur, which will be available on…Read More
After a three-year hiatus, Rogue Wave have announced their sixth studio album. Delusions of Grand Fur will be released on April 29 via Easy…Read More
Rogue Wave recently announced their new full-length Delusions of Grand Fur, The album will be available on April 29th via Easy Sound. Today, the…Read More
Rogue Wave have revealed the release of their first new LP in over three years, Delusions of Grand Fur, will be released via Easy…Read More
Today, Caveman announce going on the road with Rogue Wave in June. Before that they’ll play the Sasquatch Festival (more tour dates to be announced). Tomorrow evening, Thursday April 18thRead More