Good things are coming

We're psyched about some things coming up, and we want you to know about them! Next Monday we will be at Club Passim playing a tune along with all the other recipients of this year's Iguana Music Fund Grant — we are honored to have been given support by this fine institution to help us create a music video for our song "Old Souls." After that, we'll be kickin' it at the Press Room on the 26th with the incredibly talented Madalia . Then, we'll be at Thunder Road in Somerville, MA on the 28th. Come by and see us at any of these events, and be on the lookout for our April shows coming up too!

February's here, time to kick it.

January was sweet, thanks in large part to you guys. You helped us sell out the Stone Church, and you came to support us at the Middle East (check out this awesome review if you missed it!). You listened to us on the radio (or if not, here's that too). Now we're psyched to be kicking things off on Feb 5th before Air Traffic Controller takes the stage at Birdseye Lounge. On the 16th we'll be at Atwoods drinking delicious craft beers, and on the 19th we'll be at Fury's eating pickled eggs (and drinking delicious craft beers too, probably). 

And hey, check out our video that we're submitting to NPR's Tiny Desk Contest (above) — shot at Portsmouth Book & Bar, with help from Kris Roller (video) and Chris Chase (sound). 

Also, while you're watching that and a bunch of cat videos at work, take a second and cast your vote in our favor to be named Best Pop Act in New England at the New England Music Awards. We really appreciate it!

2016 had better get ready because we're comin' at it like a m*%&#$@#&in' Yeti with a toothache that can only be cured by awesome shows and new tunes

January's soon, we're singing about it , we're pumped. We'll be at Great Scott in Allston on the 5th, with our friends Pat and the Hats. On the 9th, we'll be at the Stone Church in Newmarket with The Jason Spooner Band. On the 15th, we'll be downstairs at The Middle East in Cambridge. Come party with us at one or all of these awesome venues, we'll be playing some songs you know and busting out some new ones you don't. Can't make any of these? Be sure to catch us on Feb. 5th at Birdseye Lounge with Air Traffic Controller.

December is going to ROCK. SO. HARD.

It's almost time to wrap up 2015. It's going to get cold, but don't worry. You can come warm up at Portsmouth Book & Bar on Dec. 5, grab a good drink (like Mr. Connery here), a good read, and listen to us kick out some jams. Or if visual art is your bag, swing by Out of the Blue Too art gallery in Cambridge, MA on Dec. 10. And in the mean time, you can now find us on Pandora. Aw. Yeah.

G&P back in NYC

This Fall is going to be great, and soon we're back in NYC, laying it down at the Parkside Lounge in Manhattan and the Way Station in Brooklyn, October 23rd and 24th. We're pumped to see all our NY friends, and maybe we'll even see Bobby Flay again. More importantly, maybe we'll see this guy and his rabbit. In any case, if you're in the area we'd love to see you while we're in the neighborhood, rocking the house.

Get ready big apple. 

2015 Spotlight Awards — "Best Rock Group/Artist"

We are honored to have received the Spotlight award this year for "Best Rock Group/Artist." A big thank you goes to Seacoastonline.com and to all the folks who've helped us out. The award ceremony will be at 6pm on June 16 at the fabulous 3S Artspace in Portsmouth, NH. It's free and open to the public — you get a free drink ticket and some tasty food from Block Six Restaurant if you walk through the door. We hope to see you there!