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The Grenadines

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Fronted by husband and wife Michael and Lauren Shackelford and thrust into widescreen by guitarist David Swatzell, The Grenadines made a name for themselves in underground circles, thanks to both a sumptuous live show and the praise from producers such as Andy LeMaster (Bright Eyes, Now It’s Overhead), Jim Eno {Spoon} and Lynn Bridges– all of whom have produced tracks for the band.

The Grenadines self-titled debut is pure dream-drenched rock and roll cut through a southern lens. The lead track “Shake” (produced by Jeffrey Cain – Remy Zero, The Great Book of John, Isidore ) is a taut and slinky disco duet perfect for your Indian Summer dance party. This band tells their tale with a wide spectrum of sounds creating haunting orchestrations and contagious melodies that stick to the subconscious like a recurring dream.

“… a psychedelic rock and roll trip” - NPR.

Touring with acts such as Jenny Lewis (Rilo Kiley, Jenny and Johnny), Bear in Heaven, White Denim, Maria Taylor, and Orenda Fink (Azure Ray), allows for a confident resume.

“We dare you not to like this” - Indie Naked Magazine

It released on February 19, 2013 via Communicating Vessels and is available on cd, vinyl, and digitally.




“The Grenadines is a refreshing burst of summery, retro-influenced pop-rock.” – MURUCH

“The ominous and haunting vocals, groovy vibe, and depiction of an entranced dance loving stalker put this video somewhere between Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Helen Reddy’s “Angie Baby.”
– BAEBLE

“This is a great rock record that will keep you moving the entire listen through.” – The Aquarian Weekly

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released February 19, 2013

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