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Grandaddy Announce Tour In Support of New Album, Last Place

By Hollister Dixon

It has been 11 years since we got Grandaddy‘s last album, Just Like the Fambly Cat. The band announced their breakup shortly before the album’s release, and though they’ve been in action again since their return to the stage in 2012, they’ve still been relatively quiet over the years. 297 more words

Faces On The Radio

first post

here’s the plan: we’re sharing songs that are important to us – all time favorites / earworms / songs in heavy rotation at the moment / whatever – and telling the story of why it’s important to us. 275 more words

KL

Haruki Murakami--"Samsa in Love" (New Yorker, October 28, 2013)

SOUNDTRACK: JASON LYTLE-Tiny Desk Concert #249 (November 5, 2012).

Jason Lytle was Grandaddy.  Sure there were other people in the band, but it was pretty much all him.  903 more words

Short Story

why is this ok? a review of band of horses' 2016 lp

Why Are You OK, 2016, Interscope

I’m admittedly a sucker for Band of Horses. I say this while also saying that they haven’t released a single record I can listen to from beginning to end. 1,168 more words

Life

Grandaddy Lyric Poster

I have created a series of posters celebrating my personal favourite song lyrics from artists that I love.

The first edition is the Jason Lytle lyric ‘Her drag and click had never yielded anything as perfect as a dragonfly’ which appears on the song The Group Who Couldn’t Say from the third Grandaddy album Sumday, which I absolutely love and often play on repeat.

http://etsy.me/2aJ99w7

Etsy Posters

Let's Get Band Of Horsey

Thank you Lord for Rick Rubin!  The last Band of Horses album Mirage Rock was produced by Glyn Johns.  He’s a Brit whose credits include Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones.   173 more words

Indie

Daily Dose: 'Your Final Setting Sun' by Jason Lytle

Jason Lytle is the main man when it comes to indie rock group Grandaddy, some of whose songs still sound pretty damn good to this day (especially ‘AM 180’, which remains an amazing piece of spaced out joy). 193 more words

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