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