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 🙂
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 – 20  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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