• Current Release

    • Release
      Alter Echoes
      March 19, 2021
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  • Audio

          1. It Won't Hurt You
  • Tour Dates

    • 09/30/21 THE BROTHERS COMATOSE in Nashville, TN at Mercy Lounge
    • 09/30/21 GOODNIGHT, TEXAS in Nashville, TN at Mercy Lounge
    • 10/01/21 THE BROTHERS COMATOSE in Chattanooga, TN at 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival 2021
    • 10/02/21 CRACKER in Honolulu, HI at Hawaii Theatre
    • 10/02/21 THE BROTHERS COMATOSE in Asheville, NC at Salvage Station

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  • Download hi-res band photos of Triptides (photo credits are in the file names) and Alter Echoes album art

    L.A. PSYCH-POP BAND TRIPTIDES TO RELEASE THEIR HEADY NEW ALBUM “ALTER ECHOES” MARCH 19TH VIA ALIVE NATURALSOUND RECORDS

    With a sound oscillating between psychedelic pop and space rock, Triptides’ album Alter Echoes channels both The Byrds at their most hallucinogenic and Floyd at their most cosmically composed while creating something immediate and new.

    The band has established itself as a preeminent part of the new wave of L.A. psych music. With Alter Echoes they pull away from the pack, thanks to the quality of their songwriting, performance and production.

    Triptides is led by multi-instrumentalist Glenn Brigman, and with drummer Brendan Peleo-Lazar and bassist/guitarist Stephen Burns.

    Triptides’ Alter Echoes will be released on limited vinyl and digital / streaming platforms on March 19th via Alive Naturalsound Records.


    Triptides (photo: Brad Danner)

    FOR MORE INFO ON TRIPTIDES:
    https://triptides.bandcamp.com

    FOR MORE INFO ON ALIVE NATURALSOUND RECORDS:
    http://www.alive-records.com

    FOR MEDIA & INTERVIEW REQUESTS:
    Tony Bonyata
    Pavement PR
    e: tony@pavementpr.com
    http://pavementpr.com

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  • Here’s what critics have been saying about Triptides:

    • “With its jangly 12-string guitar, steady groove and airy harmonies, their song ‘It Won’t Hurt You’ definitely brings to mind ’60s psych rock with a sunny California vibe. Incorporating fine guitar solos that veer from surf rock to more far out, acid-soaked sounds, the band gives us a time capsule of a tune that still feels fresh.” – Neil Ferguson, GLIDE MAGAZINE