Grocer premieres debut single “Infinite Commute” new record “Little Splash” 22nd May

March 11, 2020

Grocer premieres debut single “Infinite Commute” new record “Little Splash” 22nd May

Grocer has shared “Infinite Commute” today, the first single from their upcoming album Little Splash. Premiering via Post-Trash,  the song “opens with an almost Fugazi-like rhythmic quality” and continues with a meditation on aging courtesy of Danielle Lovier’s evocative vocals.

The song encapsulates the mundane frustrations and inevitabilities of modern life, juxtaposed against an “exuberant pop” backdrop.
Formerly all boy/all girl, Grocer conceived Little Splash over three years and three states and the album’s themes of transition appear throughout “Infinite Commute” and beyond.  

The band is leading a March residency at Ortlieb’s through the end of March and throwing a record release show at Boot & Saddle on May 28th, all of which leads to an eight-week US and Japanese tour in the fall. 

3/11 – Philadelphia, PA @ Ortlieb’s w/ Washer, Bethlehem Steel & scream cloud

3/18 – Philadelphia, PA @ Ortlieb’s w/ Leisure Sport & Broke Body

3/25 – Philadelphia, PA @ Ortlieb’s w/ Tubey Frank & Weekender

4/20 – Philadelphia, PA @ Ortlieb’s w/ Roof Dogs, Looser, & Yeenar

5/28 – Philadelphia, PA @ Boot and Saddle (Record Release) w/ Corey Flood & Grace Vonderkuhn

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