Artist: The Greencoats

Country: Sweden
Genre: Indie/Pop/Rock
Reviews: Hello! (mp3)
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Greencoats LP coming via Tomt this fall

has announced that The Greencoats will be releasing their debut full-length CD/LP "A blend of silk & satin" this coming fall.

Volumes C+D of 'Birdsongs, beesongs' now available

The last two volumes of Eardrums spring mix "Birdsongs, beesongs" are finally released today and available for free download:
As with the previous editions, many Scandinavian artists are represented such as Burning Hearts, Twig, The Greencoats, Hiawata! and more.

The Greencoats' (remember?) new video for "Honey" can be seen here:

Here's the playlist for this week's radio show:

01. Logh - Saturday nightmares
02. TALK 1
03. Pay TV - Miss Capitalist
04. TST - No teenage future
05. Dmitry Fyodorov - Wolfbrigade
06. TALK 2
07. The Opium Cartel - Flicker girl (ft. Rachel Haden)
08. Bjorn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson - Någonting är pa väg
09. On Volcano - Out of sight
10. TALK 3
11. Lemonator - Heart burns
12. Loudpipes - Downhill blues
13. The Greencoats - Honey
14. TALK 4
15. Christian and Karla-Therese Kjellvander - Two souls
16. Detektivbyrån - Neonland
17. Knife and Ape - Upset blues
18. TALK 5
19. Cut City - Replacement
20. Culkin - Twin Lakes annual
21. Last Days of April - Playerin
22. TALK 6
23. Viking Truckers - Love on the road

Reminder: my show on Sirius Left of Center (channel 26) airs Sundays at 11pm ET with repeats on Monday.

MP3: The Greencoats - Hello!

I considered saving this one for the weekly Gbg Spotlight, but I figure I might as well run with it. The Greencoats are a psych-pop-rock band featuring members from many, many other notable acts such as Franke, Bolywool and Douglas Heart along with guest appearances from Malin Dahlberg (We Are Soldiers We Have Guns) and Jonas Odhner (Sonores), among others, the latter being credited with both percussion and engineering duties (often that's just as important as playing an instrument). Of those acts, Franke is probably the best reference point as they definitely have a lot of the same shambolic rock'n'roll vibe and devil-may-care attitude, though The Greencoats go for a far more retro feel. For instance, check out those excessive drum fills and tell me you don't think of Keith Moon. And that organ tone, too 0- total 60s rock. I dig this.

The Greencoats - Hello!

Tomt Recordings is giving away a new song from The Greencoats to accompany the release of their new "Spring" EP: