Antenna Farm Records is pleased to announce the debut album from San Francisco’s The Dry Spells, set for release on August 11th, called Too Soon For Flowers. The Dry Spells play psychedlic-tinged rock that leans heavily on British and American traditional folk, featuring an array of electric and acoustic instrumentation, driving guitars, and soaring harmonies.
Featuring past and present members of SF’s critically lauded, Retro-Prog-Psych transcendentalist outfit Citay, the Dry Spells have been making waves locally for the past few years, and are now starting to get noticed nationally. They are featured this week on NPR’s All Songs Considered (to check out a podcast, click here) and have just announced some California tour dates. For more info on the Dry Spells, click here.
Upcoming Live Dates
6/25 – Chico, CA- Cafe Coda w/ Citay
6/26 – Nevada City, CA- The Basement w/Citay, Kings & Queens, Dame Satan
6/27 – San Francisco, CA- The Tempest w/ Citay, Dame Satan and tUnE-YaRdS
7/1 – San Luis Obispo, CA- House Party w/Citay
7/2 – Los Angeles, CA- Silverlake Lounge w/Citay and the Chapin Sisters
7/3 – Big Sur, CA- Mother Hips Family Hipnic w/Citay, Mother Hips, Parson Redheads, and more
7/4 – Monterey, CA- Underground Lounge w/Citay
7/16 – San Francisco, CA- Rickshaw Stop w/That Ghost & No-One and the Nobodies