Carroll Announces East Coast Tour
with Strange Names
“The album is an expansive piece, deviating from massive guitar build-ups to dreamy vocals on a dime.” –Consequence of Sound
“Carroll itself evokes some of the best, relaxed alt-sounds from the mid-to-late 90s, a kind of mashup between Billy Corgan and Noel Gallagher.”– Indie Shuffle
“The yearning in Brian Hurlow’s voice occasionally climbs to the heights of Phoenix frontman Thomas Mars’s, and his backing outfit doesn’t betray this fantasy.” – City Pages
“A spacey, ethereal tune that explores elements of sound space and sonic structure compare favorably to dream pop outfits like Beach House.” – Pure Volume
Psych-pop four piece Carroll has just announced a string of east coast tour dates in support of their recently released self-titled album with fellow Minneapolis group Strange Names. The band will hit Philadelphia, NYC, Brooklyn, and DC before taking a break. Carroll’s versatile, multi-layered debut LP is sure to translate to an enveloping psychedelic treat of a live show. If you don’t see your city, keep an eye out for more tour dates soon to come!
After much anticipation, Carroll released their first full-length featuring lead single “Alligator”, paired with a dreamy, melancholic graveyard-set video. The band has been noted locally and nationally for their unique blend of synths and dreamy guitar licks. Reverb and electronic effects serve to dress up the simple, intelligent melodies that serve as the backbones of the songs, making for consistently well-crafted tracks that refuse to be confined to one genre. After holding down the fort of the Minneapolis music scene, Carroll is ready for more.
10/28 – Philadelphia, PA at Boot & Saddle*
10/29 – New York, NY at Mercury Lounge*
10/31 – Brooklyn, NY at Bushwick Schoolhouse
11/3 – Washington DC at DC9*
* w/ Strange Names