The Dry Spells

[audio:] The Dry Spells – “Batwood”

Antenna Farm Records has announced an August 11th release date for Too Soon For Flowers, the debut full length from San Francisco’s The Dry Spells. The folk-rock band formed at Bard College, and became inspired to write their first song about a local tragedy where a nine-year-old girl was accidentally killed by a hunter while she was out collecting leaves. After graduating, the band moved to San Francisco and reconnected with Bard alumnus Ezra Feinberg, joining his band Citay.

[audio:] The Dry Spells – “Lost Daughter”

Mixing layered acoustic folk and droney rock, the two songs posted here set expectations high for the new album. The band has a bunch of upcoming tour dates with Citay, posted below:

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, and more
7/4 – Monterey, CA- Underground Lounge w/Citay
7/16 – San Francisco, CA- Rickshaw Stop w/That Ghost & No-One and the Nobodies