Jam on It: Chirp celebrates the release of its debut studio album at The Blind Pig
When Pulp contributor Nicco Pandolfi spoke to the rising jam band Chirp in December 2017, singer-guitarist Jay Frydenlund said the Ann Arbor quartet was recording a studio album that would come out in 2018.
Fast forward to March 2019 and that self-titled album has finally materialized, and Chirp will celebrate its release on Saturday, March 23 at The Blind Pig.
Check out the video for "Greener," the first single from Chirp's new studio record, and listen to the live album the band put out in 2018, recorded June 30 at the Ann Arbor Summer Festival. Also, you can read an interview about the studio album's making over on the This Is a Good Sound blog.
➥ "Chirp chats debut-studio album ahead of Saturday’s release party at Blind Pig" [This Is a Good Sound, March 19, 2019]
➥ "Funky Flights: Chirp to Welcome 2018 With a New Album" [Pulp, December 21, 2017]
Chirp celebrates the release of its self-titled studio debut on Saturday, March 23 at The Blind Pig in Ann Arbor. Hannah Rose & The GravesTones and Biomassive open the show. Doors at 8 pm. $7, 18+. Visit chirpband.com for tickets and to order the album or pre-save it on various digital services.