Birds & Batteries just can’t stay home. They are on the road again in support of their new record Panorama. ¬†Dates are at the bottom, with more to come !
In other fun B&B news :
Check out their live studio session at Break Thru Radio Manhattan here. Click play next to Maia’s lovely face ūüôā
The Deli was also kind enough to select them as one of the “Emerging Artists of San Francisco” here.
And, yes, that was Birds & Batteries you heard in Gossip Girl.
New video for the track ‘Strange Kind of Mirror’ is almost done.
Jeff :   velvet.blue@verizon.net
“rare magic” – Daytrotter
“good god what a song” – Portland Mercury
“a little gem” – Future Sounds
“hard to describe, easy to love” – San Francisco Weekly
swooning nostalgia” – Prefix
“leaves you feeling warm and fuzzy” – Magnet



Birds & Batteries


02/03 ¬†Eugene, OR @ Luckey’s
02/04  Tacoma, WA @ The Warehouse w/ Grand Hallway
02/05  Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey w/ Grand Hallway
02/06  Portland, OR @ Rontoms
02/25  San Francisco, CA @ Noise Pop / Rickshaw Shop
03/04  San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
03/05  Tucson, AZ @ Plush
03/06  Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad
03/08 ¬†Lubbock, TX @ Bash’s Riprock
03/16 Р20  Austin, TX @ SXSW
03/22  Tulsa, OK @ Crystal Pistol
03/23  Kansas City, MO @ The Record Bar
03/30  Denver, CO @ High Dive
04/01  Flagstaff, AZ @ Hotel Monte Vista Lounge
04/03  San Francisco, CA @ Switchboard Music Festival

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