San Fransisco garage-rock idols Thee Oh Sees have announced an indefinite hiatus after almost fifteen years of prolific music-making. The band aren’t breaking up though, with a new album already lined up for early 2014. 2013 saw the band release the well-received Floating Coffin, as well as Singles Collection Volume Three and a photo book
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I was lucky enough to have a friend recommend these guys to me recently. They have an experimental quality that reminds me of The Liars but a sound that ultimately resembles alt rockers The Pixies. These guys aren’t for the faint of heart, following a trend that Tame Impala is ploughing into the mainstream: a
If she gets a breather from all their shows around the country, you can expect to see Brigid Dawson and her Thee Oh Sees bandmates soaking up the rays on a beach near you.
California’s enduring psychedelic punk-noise merchants Thee Oh Sees have come forth with details of their next long-player, entitled Castlemania. The San Francisco crew will release the album in the US on June 14 via In The Red, according to Pitchfork. The album comes merely a year after their acclaimed previous record, Warm Slime. Leading man
Returning to our shores after last years wild run of co-headline shows with Eddy Current Suppression Ring as well as appearing at Meredith Music Festival, garage lords Thee Oh Sees are returning for a victory lap in support of their latest release Warm Slime, surprisingly calling the journey the Warm Slime Tour. Including Warm Slime
On the verge of their trip here for Meredith, San Fransisco good time rockers Thee Oh Sees are planning a George S. Paton like assault of sideshows, and they’re bringing Eddy Current along for some of the ride.