Spooky Mansion Share New “Weather” Single/Video

Unveil New “Weather” Single + Video

Available across platforms here

California Tour Kicks Off Today

Tickets available here

May 17: Pioneertown, CA @ Pappy + Harriets

May 18: San Diego, CA @ Winstons

May 23: Sacramento, CA @ Starlet Room

May 24: Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst Club

May 25: San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill

May 26: Bolinas, CA @ Smileys Saloon

June 22: Los Angeles, CA @ Zebulon

“…the band’s sun-drenched indie oeuvre is still well intact…

we couldn’t be more obsessed” – Wonderland

“… incredibly catchy, sunny guitar rock” – SF Weekly

“…deceptively groovy and twinkly” – Lightning 100

Credit: Ariana Dixon 

Hailing from the Bay Area and helmed by singer/songwriter Grayson Converse, Spooky Mansion combines nostalgic rock & roll energy with hints of country, jazz, blues and rock. Revered for their live show which commands fans to the dance floor, their celebratory and inclusive music fuse Americana & classic rock n’ roll with high energy, breezy surf vibes. In honor of their California tour, which kicks off tonight at Pappy + Harriets, they are thrilled to share a brand new single Weather alongside an official music video. Grayson shares, “I wrote this song when my life was starting to get real good. It’s a song about seeing the light at the end of the tunnel and running towards it. ‘Ya I’m gonna keep on getting high, high as I can go. And nothing in the whole damn world is gonna keep me down’. It’s a joyful song both lyrically and musically. I hope the listener feels the same joy as I feel singing it.”

Watch / Share: “Weather” video

Despite what you may read, Spooky Mansion did not form at Owen Wilson’s surprise 45th birthday party, nor is it a collection of friends who worked together at a haunted house. Just like the origin of the band, Converse approaches their songs and their live shows with a smirk and a wink. Having just come off their recent tour supporting The Moss, the band has shared stages with notable acts such as Natalia LaFourcade and Cafe Tacuba. Their live show is a high energy, raucous affair, with long time players Rob Mills, Marty Reising and Braden Lyle all backing up Converse’s rickety rasp and yelpy vocals.The band’s last album, The Curse, was released independently in 2021 and “captures the Los Angeles-based band’s infectious grooviness,” according to American Songwriter.

Expect more music, live shows, and possibly true stories from the band throughout 2024.

RIYL: The Black Keys, Nathaniel Rateliff, Allah-Las, Houndmouth, The Nude Party, The Heavy Heavy, Shakey Graves, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Babe Rainbow, White Denim, Fruit Bats, Bahamas

“Weather” single artwork 

Artwork by Jeremy Leasure

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