Dammit Pomegranate b​/​w Can't Complain

by A Giant Dog

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Dear solid-single spinner, we got some shit for the regular rotation. Two absolutely huge songs that stick. Well-recorded, well-packaged and served up hot from their recent session with producer Mike McCarthy, Dammit Pomegranate builds on the X-meets-Modernettes-meets-country-fried-rock of their previous “Fight” LP. A-side Dammit Pomegranate kicks off this batch of dog treats. A fat little multi-colored slugger of down-tempo, chugging goodness. The perfect bedrock for AGD’s syrupy vocals and intelligent lyrics to drape over. The flip-side, Can’t Complain , sends off like a rocket propelled sugar cannon toward the Modernettes-on-speed taste of things to come (upcoming LP due out on TTT in February). But of perhaps MOST crucial noteworthiness is the bands lyrical and vocal style. Female/male mix of real maple syrup and buttery tastes of quality vox fall over a thick batter of rhythm guitars for a well-rounded bit ‘o sweet but substantive consumption. Featuring members of Bad Sports, OBN III’s, and Bobby Jealousy, AGD’s unique sound takes the form of a huge, pop-bullet. Songs that explode mostly in your heart, but with a few fragments ringing their way around into your mind. One of the key bands to keep an eye on in 2013. Mastered at Chicago Mastering Service and housed in a big fat glue pocket sleeve with insert and a high quality download. This single rules. Edition of 500.

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released October 5, 2012

Produced by Mike McCarthy and A Giant Dog. Mastered at Chicago Mastering. Album artwork by Matt Clark. Cover photo by Jason Smith. All Songs written by Andrew Cashen and Sabrina Ellis Gibbs.

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A Giant Dog Austin, Texas

A Giant Dog is raucous ear candy culled from the hook-driven melodies of Slade, the glammy swagger of Marc Bolan, the morbid fantasy of Killer-era Alice Cooper, and the unpredictable wit of Sparks. These songs are by, for, and about the losers, freaks, and outcasts. The lonely. The terminally horny. Boozehounds and party animals. ... more

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