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The Grownup Noise


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Since 2005, The Grownup Noise has been celebrated for its playful and poignant brand of indie pop. Tasteful use of dynamics, varying instruments; including a cellist, and unusual covers, are just part of The Grownup Noise’s ever-evolving live production. All this, under the blanket of creative grooves and catchy melodies.

After numerous packed shows at various Boston landmarks including the Paradise Rock Club and TT the Bears, the band has sparked a buzz and a loyal growing fan-base, which has already extended well beyond Boston. The band already has four national tours under their belt (with a 5th one summer 2009) which include shows at N.Y.C.’s - The Bitter End, Philly’s - World Café Live, Nashville’s - The Basement, and L.A.’s - The Viper Room. They have opened/ performed with a diverse roster of artists including Amanda Palmer of the Dresden Dolls, comedian Patton Oswalt, Rock Plaza Central, Other Lives, and Odawas.

This year saw them expand into the world of television with their music being used for the season climax of MTV’s “The Real World”. The future holds a lot for these boys and girl as they have started work on their second full-length album.

So what does it all sound like?… From the Beatles vision of song structure to the Velvet Underground’s blind intensity. With a true love for song, The Grownup Noise delivers melody and lyrics while combining melodic bass lines with dangerous, yet merciful drum arrangements.

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  • rednaxela4

    Absolutely phenomenal live. Can't wait to see you guys again! Some of the best new stuff I've seen recently.

    29 Mar 2011 Reply
  • xveganrox

    I like this. Vocals sort of remind me of Jeremy Enigk :)

    28 Mar 2011 Reply

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