Beat those Monday blues by coming out to The Bishop on Nov. 16 to see Frankie Cosmos, supported by All Dogs and Nice Try.
Frankie Cosmos just formally released their new EP, Fit Me In on Friday and announced that they’ll play the four song EP every night on their tour. Although they traded in guitars for a more synth-y and sleek sound, the four-piece band still keeps their signature sound, thanks to lead singer Greta Kline’s unique vocals and emotive and raw lyrics.
Maryn Jones, is familiar with The Bishop; she also plays in Saintseneca. As lead singer her vocals contrast perfectly with a more grunge-sounding All Dogs. The band released their first full-length, Kicking Every Day back in August and was met with acclaim for Jones’ honest lyrics about feeling like a destructive female. Her lo-fi-ish vocals combined with the fuzzy, alt-rock band make for unique sound that would sound perfect in a arena-setting or a small, sweaty basement.
Bloomington’s Nice Try is set to open the show. Like Frankie Cosmos and All Dogs, Nice Try is female-fronted and features personal lyrics from a female perspective. The band plays a mix of lo-fi and punk-influenced music that will set the tone for the rest of the night.
Tickets are still on sale for the show and can be purchased here for $10, or at the door for $10. Music starts at 9 p.m., and as per usual the show is 18+.