The Wimps / Grebes
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The Wimps wear suspenders and play rock and roll. The four-piece play their peculiar and soulful indie rock in and around Richmond, Virginia.
Great White Shark is an alt-rock pop song for the worrywart. It’s for anyone who’s brain has said “why enjoy something, when you can spend hours analyzing how it’ll go wrong?” Over twinkling electric piano and building guitar, lyricist Brent McCormick recites a litany of worries, while his bandmates and background singers try to offer some advice: “Don’t let it kill ya, before it kills ya.”
Pop songs from Richmond Virginia.
Grebes is the moniker of multi-instrumentalist/producer Jacob Ungerleider. Jacob grew up in the woods of rural Vermont, before moving to central Virginia where he spent years as a freelance keyboardist playing for a variety of artists including Fruit Bats, Natalie Prass, Savion Glover, Angelica Garcia and others. His first full-length release "House Creature" dropped in 2019 via Brooklyn-based Broken Circles. Now releasing indepently, he is currently based in Los Angeles.