Charly Bliss In-Store at Grimey’s – Saturday, April 29 at 5pm

This Saturday at 5pm, Charly Bliss is coming to Grimey’s for a FREE in-store. Here’s what the folks at Grimey’s had to say…

Charly Bliss is an NYC band responsible for having crafted some of the finest guitar-crunched power pop this side of an old Weezer record with a blue cover. The band officially started when front-woman Eva Hendricks and guitarist Spencer Fox, both just 15, crossed paths at a Tokyo Police Club show in New York City.

After spending years playing shows in and around New York City, the band eventually released an EP (2014’s Soft Serve) and scored opening gigs for the likes of Glass Animals, Darwin Deez, Tokyo Police Club, and Sleater-Kinney, as well as a touring spot for their own musical forebears, Veruca Salt.

The ten tracks that make up ‘Guppy’, Charly Bliss’ sparkling full-length debut, show the band embracing all of their strengths – a combination of ripping guitars and irrepressible pop hooks, all delivered with the hyper-enthusiasm of a middle school cafeteria food fight.

That every track is loaded front-to-back with sing/shout-worthy lyrics and ear worm melodies is a testament to the band’s commitment to the art form of pop songwriting. Join us to welcome Charly Bliss to Nashville when they rock Grimey’s Saturday, April 29th at 5PM, before their show that night at the High Watt.

I mean, it’s free rock’n’roll. Dig it.


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