Green attended Emerson College briefly in 1998 before leaving to concentrate on his music, going on to co-found the anti folk group The Moldy Peaches with Kimya Dawson. In 2004 The Moldy Peaches went on hiatus and both Green and Dawson embarked on solo careers.
Green released several albums on Rough Trade Records. Among his better known songs are “Jessica” (about singer Jessica Simpson), “Novotel”, “Friends of Mine”, “Dance with Me”, “Carolina” and “Emily”, and, in Britain, his cover of The Libertines track “What a Waster”.
Prior to Jacket Full of Danger in 2006, all of Green’s albums had been released on the 22nd of the month. His latest album was released on March 18, 2008 and is titled Sixes & Sevens. Titles include “Morning After Midnight”, “Twee Twee Dee”, and “Drowning Head First”, the latter a duet between Green and his girlfriend.
In January 2008, The Moldy Peaches began having a resurgence in popularity, due to their music being included in the hit indie film Juno.
Edited by aerozol1 on 1 Jan 2013, 08:22
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