“Just Get High” by Gazebos

Seattle’s Gazebos, whose forthcoming debut release Die Alone, arrives February 19th. The band recently premiered the clip for “Just Get High.”

Gazebos have announced new tour dates in support of Die Alone, opening for Hardly Art labelmates Shannon and the Clams this March. The band will also be appearing at SXSW 2016.

Gazebos
Die Alone
CD/LP/Digital/Cassette
Febraury 19, 2016

01. Just Get High [mp3] [vid]
02. Maintenance
03. I Don’t Wanna Be Here [mp3]
04. Blend
05. Ere Specka
06. Sauna
07. There Are Worse Things I Could Do
08. Not Allowed
09. Boys I LIke

Tour dates:

02.19.16 – Seattle, WA – Record Release show at Chop Suey w/ Midday Veil, Wild Powwers, DJ MF CAKE
03.08.16 – Pioneertown, CA – Pappy & Harriet’s * ^
03.09.16 – Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar * ^
03.10.16 – El Paso, TX – The Lowbrow * ^
03.11.16 – Laredo, TX – Siete Banderas * ^
03.13.16 – Houston, TX – Walter’s * %
03.14.16 – New Orleans, LA – Siberia *
03.15.16 – 03.20.16 – SXSW
03.22.16 – Nashville, TN – Exit In *
03.23.16 – Bloomington, IN – The Bishop Bar *
03.24.16 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups *
03.25.16 – Lombard, IL – Brauerhouse * ^
03.26.16 – St. Louis, MO – Off Broadway * ^
03.28.16 – Kansas City, MO – The Riot Room *
03.29.16 – Denver, CO – The Bluebird Theater *
03.30.16 – Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge *
03.31.16 – Reno, NV – The Holland Project * ^

* – w/ Shannon and the Clams

Singer Shannon Perry has been in bands all her life (including Butts and Katherine Hepburn’s Voice), and is one of the Northwest’s most sought-after tattoo artists. Guitarist TV Coahran runs the weirdest karaoke night in Seattle, named after his record label GGNZLA, and for the past few years has toured, performed, and collaborated with lo-fi legend R. Stevie Moore. Shane Herrell played guitar with critical darlings the First Times, then switched to bass for Gazebos and Bread & Butter, his good-times choogle-rock band. Drummer Jordan T. Adams, typically shirtless by song two at Gazebos shows, comes from cult-fave bands Spurm and Monarchies. They’re all well-seasoned performers, they’ve all orbited each other’s bands in and out of Seattle for close to 20 years, and they’re all Cancers (except Shane: Capricorn)…