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Video: The Spinto Band – “Cookie Falls” (CoS Premiere)

on April 20, 2012, 4:34pm

the spinto band Video: The Spinto Band   Cookie Falls (CoS Premiere)

Four years after their last record, The Spinto Band will return on May 1st with Shy Pursuit. Perhaps most memorable from 2005’s “Oh Mandy”, a wistful yet effervescent ukelele-driven gem that hews to the vocal stylings of Alec Ounsworth, the Delaware fivesome has been honing and evolving its pop chops since the late ’90s.

Their long, hard work has paid off in a home-style video for “Cookie Falls”, the first cut off Shy Pursuit. Likel labelmates Dr. Dog and Generationals, The Spinto Band’s big, sweet retro arrangements perfectly soundtrack a nervous, Ginger Rogers-esque dancer performing for someone’s birthday. If only the stone-faced band members watching her were as charmed  as we were (come on, she brought balloons!). Check out the video below.

The Spinto Band 2012 Tour Dates:
04/20 – Wilmington, DE @ Rainbow Records (Record Store Day Performance)
05/02 – New Haven, CT @ BAR
05/03 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Rock Shop
05/05 – Rehoboth, DE @ Dogfish Head Brewery (Album Release Party!)
05/08 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kungfu Necktie
05/10 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Rock Shop
05/11 – Charlottesville, VA @ Tom Tom Founders Festival
05/15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kungfu Necktie
05/17 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Rock Shop w/ Sea Of Bees
05/18 – Scranton, PA @ The Vintage Theater
05/22 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kungfu Necktie
05/24 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Rock Shop
05/29 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kungfu Neckti

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BartonAllenLewis
April 20, 2012 at 11:29 pm

Awesome write-up, but “Oh Mandy” was, as far as I know, a mandolin-driven gem, not ukelele! (Perhaps a play on the titular female name?)