XPN welcomes The Spinto Band and Buried Beds to the Arden Gild Hall tonight. Taking album-release celebrations back to their home state of Delaware, The Spinto Band will perform new favorites from this year’s Cool Cocoon LP. The peppy-but-deep five-piece will be joined by Philadelphia favorites Buried Beds, a local five-piece indie pop outfit whose most recent release was a film/EP called Small Stories. Tickets and information for the all-ages show in Arden, DE can be found here. Watch The Spinto Band’s video for “What I Love” below.
Returning from an international tour with a new album to launch, The Spinto Band found a homecoming celebration waiting for them at Johnny Brenda’s Saturday night. The Wilmington group, who has been together in some form or another since 1995, packed the venue. It was clear that the show was celebrating more than the new album, Cool Cocoon – particularly when a friend of the band, Pat Finearty, introduced and heckled each band member as they came onstage.
The band’s homecoming aside, its live show reflects the amount of time its members have spent devoted to playing very upbeat music for very happy people. Between their dance moves and their cohesive, explosive presence, the fun that the fellows of The Spinto Band have while playing music is contagious. Continue reading →
XPN welcomes The Spinto Band to Johnny Brenda’s tonight. Boasting a new album in Cool Cocoonand a viral-y popular video in “What I Love,’ the Delaware natives have had a busy few months leading up to this hometown-area show, perhaps best exhibited by their coverage in The New Yorkerand on NPR. As the band points out in this interview with The Key, their generally upbeat, happy sounding music often has much deeper, sometimes melancholy lyrics. Tickets and information for tonight’s 21+ show with Language Problems and Alec Ounsworth can be found here. Watch the video for “What I Love” below.
The Spinto Band’s new Cool Cocoon is a raucous good time – not unlike their live show. The Wilmington, Delaware natives have long been veterans of the Philadelphia local music scene, and we’re excited to welcome them back this weekend for a show at Johnny Brenda’s. They come fresh off of an international tour, touting Cool Cocoon, which dropped on February 5th. The new album, the music video for the single “What I Love,” and the band’s intense activity lately have sparked positive coverage all over the world, from The New Yorker to international fan tweets. We wanted to know how all of this attention made the guys feel, so we caught up with The Spinto Band’s Nick Krill and Thomas Hughes over e-mail while they were touring Europe. Continue reading →
NPR premiered a new video from The Spinto Band this morning for “What I Love” off of the Delawareans’ brand new album Cool Cocoon. As close-up shots of a breakfast table unfold, a dancing, cartwheeling and gracefully-parkouring gymnast shows us that things even as small as sugar cubes in a hot cup of coffee are reason enough to express our happiness. Watch the video below for the euphoric song below and celebrate the new album with The Spinto Band when XPN welcomes them to Johnny Brenda’s on February 16th. Tickets and more information can be found here.
When Delaware rockers The Spinto Band take the stage at Johnny Brenda’s on February 16th, their new full-length will be just shy of two weeks old. Cool Cocoon, the indie band’s quick follow-up to this year’s Shy Pursuit, will be released on the indie band’s own Spintonic Recordings label on February 5th while they are on tour in France. Tickets for The Spinto Band’s 21+ show at Johnny Brenda’s will go on sale at noon tomorrow, December 13th; more information can be found here. Below, stream and download “Shake It Off” from Cool Cocoon.