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Red Dress

by The Eyebrows

The Eyebrows are a rock band from Charlotte, NC whose quirky lyrics coupled with manic-fuzz guitar, beer-soaked bass and a retro backbeat has brought comparisons to Talking Heads, Pixies and LCD Soundsystem.
Genre: Rock: British Invasion
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Singer/Guitarist Jay Garrigan and drummist Shawn Lynch have played together for over seventeen years in several of Charlotte’s most dynamic rock bands (including, but not limited to both Poprocket and Temperance League). Many people think Jay and Shawn are brothers, not because they look alike, but because they treat each other like brothers – always finishing each other’s jokes, or having the license to talk shit and simultaneously defend each other.

Jay and Shawn met bassist Jon Lock after Jay and Jon were part of a charity concert house band, and soon thereafter Jon agreed to join The Eyebrows after listening to Jay’s demo recordings. The trio soon found their esoteric musical styles being quite complementary, landing them in an unexpected, new place being recently described as the perfect blend of Talking Heads and Pixies.

Shawn’s drumming repertoire lands solidly in the backbeat of Ringo Starr and Keith Moon, which tends to balance out Jay’s songwriting which leans toward 70s power pop (Big Star), 80s new wave (Talking Heads), and 90s indie rock (Pavement). Jon’s background is rooted in reggae and ska which adds an entirely new feel to Jay and Shawn’s power-pop arrangement and vibe.

With a tons of shows being booked, a record on the way, a craft beer, and several videos in various stages of production, The Eyebrows look forward to rocking your face.



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