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The Greeting Committee’s New Music Video

THE GREETING COMMITTEE RELEASE VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE “IS THIS IT?”

WATCH HERE

ANNOUNCE FIRST-EVER NORTH AMERICAN HEADLINE TOUR AND SUPPORT DATES WITH RAINBOW KITTEN SURPRISE

“The retro sophisti-pop vibes on the Kansas City-based band’s

latest release are both fresh and nostalgic.” – NYLON

“This band needs to be on your radar.” – IDOLATOR

“The Greeting Committee’s debut album, This Is It, takes ‘faux-veracity’ to task with its astute recollections of what it feels like to love and come of age simultaneously.” – LADYGUNN

Today, The Greeting Committee share the music video for “Is This It?” the newest single from their debut album This Is It [Harvest Records] WATCH HERE.

The band premiered the video with FLOOD Magazine this morning, who called the track “a sparkling pop confection, punctuated by bracing horn blasts like an updated take on the Waitresses day drinking with Florence + the Machine,” and praised the visual as “surreal” and “fueled by youthful exuberance.”

This new video arrives alongside the exciting news that The Greeting Committee will embark on their first-ever North American headline tour, which includes shows at iconic venues like New York City’s Mercury Lounge on May 14. While on the West Coast, they will also join Rainbow Kitten Surprise on select dates. The run will conclude with a festival appearance at Boulevardia in their hometown of Kansas City. Full routing can be found below.

That Bad [2015] and Meeting People Is Easy [2017]. The Greeting Committee have amassed over 25 million combined global streams and continue to attract critical praise from the likes of NYLON, Idolator, LADYGUNN, FLOOD Magazine, and Rookie, who last year shared a heartfelt essay for Pride Month written by front woman Addie Sartino called “The Ways I Wear My Pride.”

THE GREETING COMMITTEE TOUR DATES

5/8 Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen

5/10 Toronto, ON @ Canadian Music Week

5/12 Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge

5/14 New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge

5/15 Washington, DC @ DC9

5/16 Columbus, OH @ The Basement

5/17 St. Louis, MO @ The Ready Room

5/19 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade ߝ Purgatory

5/21 Austin, TX @ The Mohawk ߝ Inside

5/22 Dallas, TX @ Three Links

5/24 Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge

5/25 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court

5/31 Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre *

6/1 Portland, OR @ Roseland Theatre *

6/2 Portland, OR @ Roseland Theatre *

6/4 Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater *

6/5 Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater *

6/7 Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern *

6/8  Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern *

6/11 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th St Entry

6/13 Nashville, TN @ High Watt

6/15 Kansas City, MO @ Boulevardia

* supporting Rainbow Kitten Surprise

Between high school classes in their native Kansas City, The Greeting Committee quietly stirred up a following with their 2015 debut EP It’s Not All That Bad, which caught the attention of Lazlo Geiger, a radio personality from 96.5 The Buzz. The lead single “Hands Down” impressively generated 10 million-plus streams as the band went on touring with the likes of MisterWives, Tennis, The Mowgli’s, Saint Motel, and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, as well as making a splash at Lollapalooza and SXSW.

The Greeting Committee are: Addie Sartino (vocals), Brandon Yangmi (guitar), Pierce Turcotte (bass), and Austin Fraser (drums).

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“This band needs to be on your radar.” – Idolator

The Greeting Committee share a new song, “You’ve Got Me”

LISTEN HERE.

This is the newest teaser from the critically acclaimed Kansas City quartet’s upcoming debut album. They recently shared their single “17”.

Idolator wrote, “The Greeting Committee exudes youthful abandon on [their] shimmery new single.”

Stay tuned for more details soon.

Kicking off September 6 in Indianapolis, the band will join Jukebox The Ghost for upcoming North American tour dates. Amidst that run, they will also perform at WEQX PearlPalooza in Albany, NY on 9/15 alongside White Reaper, Superorganism, and KITTEN.

Full routing can be found below.

With their recent U.S. run, their energetic live show captured the attention of audiences across the country. After their Pittsburgh set, AXS wrote that The Greeting Committee “quickly won over the crowd with their energy and catchy songs.” Twin Cities Media praised, “If every band had the amount of energy that Addie had last night I would never have a complaint about a live show there’s no denying the power behind The Greeting Committee’s live shows”, while Music In Minnesota agreed, “The Greeting Committee put on one of the best performances from an opening act Iߣve ever seen in my life.”

Between high school classes in their native Kansas City, The Greeting Committee quietly stirred up a following with their 2015 debut EP It’s Not All That Bad, which caught the attention of Lazlo Geiger, a radio personality from 96.5 The Buzz. The lead single “Hands Down” impressively generated 10 million-plus streams as the band went on touring with the likes of MisterWives, Tennis, The Mowgli’s, Saint Motel, and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, as well as making a splash at Lollapalooza and SXSW. “17” is their first new release since their 2017 sophomore EP Meeting People Is Easy.

Photo credit: EILZABETH MIRANDA

The Greeting Committee are: Addie Sartino (vocals), Brandon Yangmi (guitar), Pierce Turcotte (bass), and Austin Fraser (drums).

THE GREETING COMMITTEE TOUR DATES WITH JUKEBOX THE GHOST:

9/6 • Indianapolis, IN @ HiFi

9/7 • Cincinnati, OH @ Taft Theatre

9/10 • Nashville, TN @ The Basement East

9/11 • Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre

9/13 • Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry

9/14 • Baltimore, MD @ Rama Head Live

9/15 • Albany, NY @ WEQX PearlPalooza*

9/17 • Toronto, ON @ Horseshow Tavern

9/19 • Syracuse, NY @ The Lost Horizon

9/20 • Pawtucket, RI @ The Met

9/21 • Holyoke, MA @ Gateway Arts

9/22 • Portland, ME @ Port City Music Hall

* not a Jukebox The Ghost date with White Reaper, Superorganism and KITTEN

The Greeting Committee Release Music Video for “17”

“The Greeting Committee exudes youthful abandon on shimmery new single ’17.’

…This band needs to be on your radar.”

May 31, 2018 (Los Angeles, CA) Today, The Greeting Committee release a brand-new music video for their single,”17.” WATCH HERE.

This video came to fruition in a very unique way  Universal Music Group’s talented young college representatives worked with lead singer Addie Sartino on the treatment and creation of the video from start to finish. Their youthful vision and creativity resulted in a visual component which perfectly fits the song’s emotion and narrative.

On the song, the critically acclaimed Kansas City quartet infuse sunny, shimmering guitars with youthful spirit and vivid lyricism. Co-written with Jack Kennedy and produced by Andrija Tokic (Alabama Shakes), it’s as cinematic as it is catchy. The single provides the perfect precursor to the groups’ forthcoming new album, stay tuned for more details.

The band recently wrapped a North American tour supporting Jukebox the Ghost. Their energetic live show captured the attention of audiences across the country after their Pittsburgh set, AXS wrote that The Greeting Committee quickly won over the crowd with their energy and catchy songs. Twin Cities Media praised, “If every band had the amount of energy that Addie had last night I would never have a complaint about a live show, there’s no denying the power behind The Greeting Committee’s live shows,” while Music In Minnesota agreed, “The Greeting Committee put on one of the best performances from an opening act I’ve ever seen in my life.”

Between high school classes in their native Kansas City, The Greeting Committee quietly stirred up a following with their 2015 debut EP It’s Not All That Bad, which caught the attention of Lazlo Geiger, a radio personality from 96.5 The Buzz. The lead single “Hands Down” impressively generated 10 million-plus streams as the band went on touring with the likes of MisterWives, Tennis, The Mowglis, Saint Motel, and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, as well as making a splash at Lollapalooza and SXSW. “17″ is their first new release since their 2017 sophomore EP Meeting People Is Easy.

The Greeting Committee are: Addie Sartino (vocals), Brandon Yangmi (guitar), Pierce Turcotte (bass), and Austin Fraser (drums).