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A staple on the DC scene for years, Practically Einstein has toured everywhere from New England to New Orleans, as well as throughout parts of Europe, with trips upcoming to Prague and Copenhagen. PE recently released the single "Soldier Girl", a song dedicated to the women in the U.S. Armed Services. The song has appeared on the TV pilot “Young Adult” and has gotten airplay on numerous stations, including one of the most heard stations in the nation's capital, DC101.
PE also released a video for "Soldier Girl", directed by acclaimed Chilean ex-pat Francisco Campos-Lopez. The video, which featured a throwback flavor with a modern touch, was filmed at several local schools, and also at a military base near DC. The video was released in December at a one-of-a-kind event for the DC area, a multimedia showcase of recorded videos and live performance at the Rock & Roll Hotel in NE DC.
A regular at such venues around DC/MD/VA as IOTA, Whitlow's, Shamrockfest, and the 9:30 Club, the guys also try to balance the local shows with tours whenever possible. So please ask about bringing PE to a venue near you! PE has shared bills with such acts as Eve 6, Old '97's, Cowboy Mouth, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Violent Femmes, and Flogging Molly. You can also often find the roving power duo of Brad and Smilin' Rob rocking their eclectic mix of originals and covers at countless local bars, parties, festivals, and Irish pubs.
PE's music incorporates such influences as '70's garage, '80's new wave, '90's alt-rock, and Americana from the '00s, but always ties it together with infectious pop hooks and bittersweet melodies. The guys all hail from elsewhere (including Jersey, Philly, and Detroit) but have bonded together to keep making music in the transient, turbulent landscape inside the Beltway. Thanks for stopping by, and we hope you come hoist a drink and tap your feet with Practically Einstein to what always amounts to an energetic and dynamic live rock show.