Grandparents

Grandparents

 Portland, Oregon, USA
BandRockPsychedelic

Grandparents deliver audacious, jangly pop music with an eye toward the hallucinatory, prompting visions of psychedelic royalty like the Seeds or early Kinks while decidedly forging their own sonic pathways.

Biography

The mark of any great band is the ability to evolve. Over the past five years, Portland’s Grandparents have shape-shifted in only the most engaging of ways, posturing blustery, expansive psych-pop into unexplored aural corners with each new recording. Their dedication has matured and bloomed with the arrival of the band’s debut album, Sincerely, Bagman.

“Kids in the Alley,” the album’s first single, is an impossibly catchy high-watermark for Grandparents, bouncing as it does in a foggy terrarium of dew-y guitars and bubblegum melodies. As heard on that declarative track, Grandparents deliver audacious, jangly pop music with an eye toward the hallucinatory, prompting visions of psychedelic royalty like the Seeds or early Kinks while decidedly forging their own sonic pathways.