TVD Recommends:
San Cisco at the Grog Shop, 3/27

We get it. The snowy weather has you down, and you’re just plain tired of clearing off your car and driving fifteen miles per hour under the speed limit on your way to work. Really, we understand. We’re tired, too. What we need is something that’s going to take us from frigid to cheerful as fast as the weather changes here in Northeast Ohio.

Dripping with a washy and infectious sound layered with direct, exposed vocals, the Australian four-piece San Cisco is sure to warm up our cold Cleveland hearts tonight at the Grog Shop. The band comprises Jordi Davieson (guitar/lead vocals), Josh Biondillo (guitar/vocals), Nick Garner (bass/vocals), and Scarlett Stevens (drums/vocals).

Don’t read this book by its cover. Yes, they may be completely adorable, but their sound is intelligent pop that has memorable hooks and catchy guitar lines that will stick in your head longer than that to-do list you’ve already forgotten.

San Cisco has steadily been gaining attention since its debut self-titled album, which was released on Fat Possum Records late last year. In the 2:36 it takes to listen to the single “Awkward,” we know you’ll be sold on them as well. Practice your singing, and you can join in on the chorus at tonight’s show. And don’t forget those dancing shoes!

Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door, which promptly opens at 7:30. Come out of the cold, Cleveland. We promise our friends from down under will make you feel a little warmer.

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