Sidney Gish, Gladie
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Tenuously beloved punk and EMMY-nominated Craig of the Creek songwriter Jeff Rosenstock is back today with “LIKED
U BETTER,” his first new single since 2020’s critically acclaimed NO DREAM (unless you count 2021’s SKA DREAM, his
ska re-interpretation of the album, or quarantine collection 2020 DUMP, both of which absolutely ruled).
“LIKED U BETTER” was recorded in the summer of 2022, in Los Angeles during a break in the band’s rigorous touring
schedule and Rosenstock’s daily gig as a composer for Craig of the Creek. The band tracked at EastWest Studios (The
Bodyguard Soundtrack, Californication) with longtime collaborator and Grammy nominee Jack Shirley (Shit Coffins, Jeff
Sidney Gish is a songwriter and producer based in Boston, MA. Her first album, Ed Buys Houses, was self-released on Bandcamp in 2016. Her second album, No Dogs Allowed, was released on New Year's Eve in 2017, receiving a 7.7 rating on Pitchfork and winning Album of the Year at the 2018 Boston Music Awards. Following the moderate internet success of No Dogs Allowed, Gish briefly toured with singer- songwriter Mitski in 2018. In March 2019, she performed at South by Southwest and was featured on NPR Music's Austin 100. She was listed as one of Stereogum's Best
New Artists of 2018.
Gladie is one of Philadelphia’s greatest indie rock bands (note: legally we’re allowed to say that since it is widely accepted that all the Greatest Indie Rock Bands live in Philadelphia.) Their latest record, Don’t Know What You’re In Until You’re Out, wa s released in November of 2022 via Plum Records, a label formed by lead singer Augusta Koch’s former band, Cayetana. Since its release, Gladie has received notable coverage from many media outlets, including their song “Nothing” being named one of Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Songs of 2022. Sure, it was #90 but hey that’s top 90 percent baby, pretty good if you ask me. Leaning into some heavier sounds than their debut record, Safe Sins, Gladie brings the same energy and emotion captured on the record to their live shows. Koch’s distinctive voice cuts through the air as she delivers emotive and introspective lyrics while the live band consisting of Matt Schimelfenig, Miles Ziskind, and Allegra Anka match her energy note for note. If you read this far you should probably just come to the show.
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