Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Yard of Blonds to release Ep and play Hollywood

Los Angeles Folk Rockers YARD OF BLONDES to Release New EP ‘Murderology’ on March 26, 2013 via High Desert Lo-Fi Records / HK CorpNew Los Angeles and Hollywood Area Tour Dates Announced

Voted "BAND OF THE MONTH" in Deli Magazine’s August 2012 Issue

Los Angeles, CA-based folk rock group YARD OF BLONDES is pleased to announce the upcoming release of their new EP, Murderology, via High Desert Lo-Fi Records and MTV award-winning and Grammy-nominated art agency HK Corp. The theme of Murderology is love and death; the EP is essentially a collection of meticulously crafted songs inspired by “murder ballads” of the 19th century. YARD OF BLONDES recorded the EP with Julian at Firewater Studios (Korn, Spliknot, Unkle) with the full support of its owner, Billy Graziadei of Biohazard.

YARD OF BLONDES boasts influences beyond folk music by incorporating stoner rock, pop-rock and indie bits in their music, as well. The band is already well known on the west coast, having performed at more than 100 shows with other great bands such as Hermane Düne orAlain Johannes (Queens of the Stone Age), and they have been growing as a full live band on the stages of L.A. clubs such as The Bootleg Theater, El Cid, The Viper Room, TAIX, Skinny’s Lounge, Hemingway, the Whisky A Go-Go and more.

YARD OF BLONDES will add to their touring resume this winter with several California tour dates in January and February, kicking off on January 14th at the Viper Room. See below for a full listing:

Murderology pre tour:
1/14 – Hollywood, CA @ Viper Room
1/18 – Hollywood, CA @ Taix (Acoustic Show w/ Craig Elkins)
1/31 – Los Angeles, CA @ Down & Out (w/ Saints and Sinners)
2/15 – North Hollywood, CA @ Skinny’s Lounge
2/19 – Hollywood, CA @ Hemmingway

In 2010, Vincent W. Jacob, a French songwriter and author met Fanny Hill, another French musician in Los Angeles. They were both looking for something new on the other side of the world. They started YARD OF BLONDES together and soon took the desert roads to confront themselves to their rock, folk and stoner influences. In addition to Vincent on vocals / guitars and Fanny on vocals / piano / organ, the two are joined by Dean Chamberlain on bass guitar, Will Schlich on guitars, and Ben Lecourt on drums.

For more information on YARD OF BLONDES, please visit these websites:

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