Grouplove "Healer Tour", Saturday, 5/9/20 at 8:00pm, The Paramount, 370 New York Ave. Huntington, NY 11743


With Special Guest : Jealous of the Birds

Saturday, May 09 2020


Alt. Rock | Indie


It starts like an alarm. 'Deleter' is the lead track from Grouplove's forthcoming fourth album Healer, and it is an emergency opener. It's fuelled by pounding keys, squalling guitar lines, and lightning drumming before the voice of Christian Zucconi questions everything around him: faith systems, his sense of belonging, communities, his own psyche. “All this time I thought you were a leader/It turns out you're only a deleter.” It could be interpreted as a political statement, but it's also highly personal. “All this time been burning with a fever / It turns out I've always been my healer,” is also switched in as a rhyming line, and in the end sees Zucconi and his collaborator, wife and frontwoman Hannah Hooper realizing that amid every progression and every regression you always come back to yourself for the answers. They're already within you. Today in a cafe in their LA neighborhood of....


With Special Guest :

Jealous of the Birds

Jealous of the Birds shares new track, “The Grass Begins To Eat Itself”. Along with the new track, Jealous of the Birds begins an east coast residency with dates in NYC at Rockwood Music Hall, Boston’s Atwood’s Tavern, and in Philadelphia at Dawson St. Pub. Following her US dates, she returns to the UK for a run of shows with Briston Maroney. Her latest EP, Wisdom Teeth is out now! Wisdom Teeth, comes shortly after the 2018 EP The Moths Of What I Want Will Eat Me In My Sleep, which became a quick favorite of BBC1 and NPR, and features the singles ” Plastic Skeletons” and “Russian Doll.” In the new songs, Naomi Hamilton, aka Jealous of the Birds, blends intricate lyricism that ranges from delicate to aggressive. Says Naomi, “The songs on Wisdom Teeth were some of my favorites to write and the whole EP was such a….