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Steer Into the Storm w/Bleeding Rainbow at JB’s Feb. 14

Steer Into the Storm w/Bleeding Rainbow at JB’s Feb. 14

When a musical duo doubles in size, listeners would naturally expect a bigger, more intricate sound. That’s exactly what bandmates/spouses Sarah Everton and Rob Garcia decided to do. The additions of Al Creedon and Greg Frantz for their third album, the recently released Yeah Right, have certainly rounded this duo turned quartet into form, and if Yeah Right is an indication of the decided path for their sonic evolution, then Bleeding Rainbow will be an intriguing group to follow. Right now, the group pushes Frantz’s heavy thumping percussion, and throws it in a pot with dueling distorted buzz-saw guitars building a thick, murky haze that isn’t just a musical atmosphere but also an attitude. Everton’s vocals often met with harmonies shine through like a guiding light among the fog; however, this is one storm you may want to steer into. The versatile Barrett Lindgren-fronted Ghost Light opens the evening adding a textured form of folk rock. Noise-pop outfit Pet Milk fall second in line with new lead singer Sarah Schimeneck. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita 

Update: Here's a new music video for "Waking Dream," which was directed by Sarah Everton. Bleading Rainbow will be heading on tour in April/May with Cave Singers.

Published: February 14, 2013 |

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