The Dry Spells prepare Too Soon For Flowers

San Francisco’s The Dry Spells have been gathering their debut album, Too Soon For Flowers, for release on August 11th. Too Soon For Flowers was recorded on analog tape at Louder Studios by Tim Green (Melvins, Joanna Newsom, Howlin’ Rain, Monotonix, Sleater-Kinney).The album is a favorite of NPR’s Bob Boilen and he’s featuring their song “Black Is the Color,” on this week’s edition of All Songs Considered.

The Dry Spells formed at Bard College in the early part of the decade, with the band consisting of Tahlia Harbour on vocals and guitar, April Hayley on vocals and violin, Adria Otte on guitar, and Caitlin Pearce on drums. After graduation, they went west to San Francisco where they joined with fellow Bard alumnus Ezra Feinberg, who was in the process of assembling the outfit Citay. Tahlia, Adria, and April were a part of Citay’s live lineup, and appear on the Little Kingdom album.

lost daughterbat woodThe Dry Spells on NPR’s All Songs Considered

6/25 – Chico, CA- Cafe Coda w/ Citay
6/26 – Nevada City, CA- The Basement w/Citay, Kings & Queens, Dame Satan
6/27 – San Francisco, CA- The Tempest w/ Citay, Dame Satan and tUnE-YaRdS
7/1 – San Luis Obispo, CA- House Party w/Citay
7/2 – Los Angeles, CA- Silverlake Lounge w/Citay and the Chapin Sisters
7/3 – Big Sur, CA- Mother Hips Family Hipnic w/Citay, Mother Hips, Parson Redheads…
7/4 – Monterey, CA- Underground Lounge w/Citay
7/16 – San Francisco, CA- Rickshaw Stop w/That Ghost & No-One and the Nobodies

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