Indie-pop twin sister duo, Good Graeff has released their new album Good Job Go. The band recently premiered new singles “Good Touch” via All Things Go and “Peiky Peiky” via EARMILK, as well as their new video for “I Want That” via Baeble Music. Stream the full album via Spotify, or purchase on iTunes. The band is currently out on a U.S. tour with Mates of State. For additional information and full list of tour dates, please visit www.goodgraeff.com.
Comprised of Brooke (guitar, lead vocals) and Brit Graeff (cello, backup vocals) and pulling influences from a range of artists including The Pixies, Tegan and Sara and Andrew Bird, Good Graeff have quickly gained a following for their unique blend of genres. The band started as an impromptu performance by the two in a Hanoi, Vietnam living room, where they were living together teaching English and conducting motorcycle tours through the countryside. Initially joining musical forces to compete (and win) their high school “Battle of The Bands” competition – Brooke, a former foley artist and sound editor, and Brit – a classically-trained cellist, parted ways for 6 years to explore other passions before reconnecting over their shared joy of creating music in Vietnam.
Since returning to the States, the pop/classically-influenced duo has become a mainstay on the festival circuit with performances including SXSW, Summer Camp, Savannah Stopover, Gasparilla and Coral Skies. They have also been busy sharing the stage with bands including St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Shakey Graves and the Plain White T’s, and are currently on the road with Mates of State.