Reverbnation Spotlight: Good Graeff
The fascination with twins only resides in those of us who didn’t share the same closed quarters for nine months. That’s a cool factoid about Brooke and Brittany Graeff, but that’s not why we fell for them. We couldn’t resist their indie pop and you’ll soon agree after checking out their tunes below.
About Good Graeff:
Good Graeff is comprised of twin sisters Brooklyn (vocals/guitar) and Brit (cello). Founded in the US in 2013 with a successful Kickstarter, the band funded an EP, acquired their tour van Roosevelt (after Eleanor: “Do one thing every day that scares you.”) and embarked on a 3-month tour throughout North America. The following year brought performances at music festivals small and large, including Coral Skies, Savannah Stopover, Gasparilla, SXSW, and Summer Camp, as well as opening slots with Mates of State, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Shakey Graves, and the Plain White T’s. With the twin’s new EP “Good Job Go” on the way, MTV premiered their first single “I Want That”, saying “Think we may have found our new favorite act of 2015.” Pair that with an increasingly exuberant live show, these girls are poised to breakthrough, and add yet another layer to their already exceptionally unique life-stories.
“I Want That”
3/28 The Casbah San Diego, CA
3/29 DNA Lounge San Francisco, CA
3/31 The Capitol Bend, OR
4/1 Analog Lounge Portland, OR
4/2 The Funhouse Seattle, WA