GREER
ANNOUNCE DEBUT EP
LULLABY FOR YOU
OUT JULY 17

SHARE “BYE BYE BABY”

Southern California-bred alt-rock band Greer have announced their upcoming debut EP, Lullaby for You out July 17 via Epitaph. The five-song project, produced by Rob Schnapf (Elliott Smith, Kurt Vile, Beck), transforms moments of profound heartache and romantic angst into massively catchy pop songs with Greer’s summery melodies and charismatic energy.

Today, the band share their new single “Bye Bye Baby,” a breakup anthem drawing inspiration from ’60s doo-wop that is both heavy-hearted and infectious.

LULLABY FOR YOU TRACK LIST
1. Aeroplane
2. Bye Bye Baby
3. Paper Birds
4. Understand
5. Stay Clear

Since the band’s formation in November 2018, Greer have moved forward with incredible momentum, fueled by their immaculate songwriting and unguarded sincerity. Originally joining forces for a one-off gig at a high school homecoming dance, the band played their first official show at L.A.’s iconic DIY venue The Smell a month later, then quickly self-released their magnetic debut single “Song for Me.” “Song for Me” along with follow-up singles “Bittersweet,” and “Aeroplane” have earned the band an impressive internet presence including 11 million global streams.

Greer will embark on their first headlining tour later this year, hitting Nashville, Philadelphia, New York, Toronto, and Chicago this winter. The second leg of the tour, will take place next Spring with two sold out shows in Los Angeles. For more information visit,https://greerband.com/.

TOUR DATES
2020:
11/27         Phoenix, AZ                                 Valley Bar
11/29         Dallas, TX                                    Dada – SOLD OUT
11/30         Austin, TX                                    Barracuda– SOLD OUT
12/2           Nashville, TN                                Third Man Records
12/3           Atlanta, GA                                   Terminal West
12/4           Durham, NC                                 Motorco Music Hall
12/6           Philadelphia, PA                           Underground Arts
12/7           Washington, DC                           U Street Music Hall
12/8           New York, NY                              The Bowery Ballroom
12/9           Boston, MA                                  ONCE Ballroom – SOLD OUT
12/11         Toronto, ON                                 Velvet Underground – SOLD OUT
12/12         Detroit, MI                                     El Club
12/14         Chicago, IL                                   Lincoln Hall
12/15         Minneapolis, MN                          7th Street Entry – SOLD OUT
12/18         Denver, CO                                  Globe Hall
12/19         Salt Lake City, UT                        Kilby Court – SOLD OUT

2021:
3/3             Santa Cruz, CA                            The Catalysts – Atrium
3/5             Portland, OR                                Holocene – SOLD OUT
3/6             Vancouver, BC                             The Biltmore Ballroom
3/7             Seattle, WA                                  Chop Suey
3/9             San Francisco, CA                       Bottom Of The Hill
3/10           Sacramento, CA                           Holy Diver – SOLD OUT
3/11           Los Angeles, CA                          Troubadour – SOLD OUT
3/12           Los Angeles, CA                          Troubadour – SOLD OUT

With a stall in originally scheduled spring 2020 touring plans, Greer started “Greercast,” a video chat series with special guests, games, fan Q&A, and a playlist. New episodes debut Wednesdays at 3pm PT on the band’s YouTube. Previous guests have included Dylan Minnette (Wallows, 13 Reasons Why), Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things, Calpurnia), Lydia Night (The Regrettes), and Rob Schnapf (producer).

Greer is Corbin (guitar), Josiah (vocals), Lucas (drums), and Seth (bass).

For more information on Greer, visit:
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