Hey Pickwick, Atlanta Wants You to #Get2ATL!

Pickwick has never played in Atlanta and I’m sharing this until they do (part of our #Get2ATL series):  

Update:  Pickwick played their first Atlanta gig in April, 2013, our #1 show that month!

Thanks to Sound on the Sound, I first heard Seattle’s Pickwick in 2011 after videos were recorded in the band’s basement and on the shore of the Doe Bay in Orcas Island, Washington.  This soulful six-piece band has since released an EP, Covers, which includes a version of Richard Swift’s “Lady Luck” and features the lovely Sharon Van Etten.  Pickwick’s debut album, Can’t Talk Medicine, will be available March 12th on Dine Alone Records.

Live from the basement: “Hacienda Motel” and “Window Sill”

Live from Doe Bay:  “Staged Names” and “Hacienda Motel”

More from Pickwick:

Stay tuned… this blog post will be updated periodically and as soon as the first Atlanta gig is announced!

Update (2/4/13):  Pickwick is coming to Atlanta!  Spring tour dates were announced today and the band will be playing at The Earl in East Atlanta Village on April 30th.  Tickets on sale this Friday, February 8th.

Update (2/8/13):  On sale today: buy tickets!

Update (2/18/13):  Today, two songs from Can’t Talk Medicine were featured on NPR’s World Cafe

Update (3/5/13):  Pickwick has shared the new album a week early on SoundCloud…

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2 thoughts on “Hey Pickwick, Atlanta Wants You to #Get2ATL!

  1. Pingback: These 9 Bands Have Never Played In Atlanta | @NineLocal

  2. Pingback: April Shows in Atlanta, #1: Pickwick Visits ATL for the First Time, Playing The Earl | @NineLocal

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