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Featured as part of Indy In-Tune's PodConcert VIII
Be My Valentine!!! forget RED LOBSTER just come to the mel and bring your lover!!!!
Swig will be playing the Red Bull Stage at the 2013 Oranje festival -- Oct 12, 2013 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. More details to come!!
JUMPCUTS ON TOUR!!! In support of debut album Electrickery and Gonna Crush it! www.jumpcuts.bandcamp.com www.facebook.com/thejumpcuts with kick ass local bands: SWIG soundcloud.com/swig-band facebook.com/swigband NO PIT CHERRIES facebook.com/nopitcherries
Sounds Like: The Black Keys, Cream, Canned Heat, Mumford and Sons, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (Official Page)
Bio: Hailed as "the sexy stoner rock band that Indianapolis has been missing..." SWIG offers a unique blend of Alt Rock and Blues permeated with deep grooves, impassioned vocals and smoky, sultry, undertones.
Remember that feeling you got, when you discovered a new band or song that made you feel so ...See Full Bio
: RT @OranjeIndy: Did you miss @swigband last year at ORANJE? @GrizzlyMusicCo has you covered with the recording of I'll Be Gone. http://t.co…
“Swig Brings Blues Back to Rock ----- "Swig plays the blues, but with more of an indie-rock sensibility," says Brian Peterson, guitarist/vocalist for the Indianapolis trio Swig. The band (rounded by bassist/vocalist Leigh Marino and drummer Jamie Jackson) are indeed steeped in rock and roll's roots..... Opener "All Night Long" is a lumbering, danceable number that has that patented grit and groove..... The track "Watch Out," with sing-speak narration by Marino, sounds as much like a spy thriller as it does bar-dwelling banshee..... "I Still Believe" starts as a punchy, persistent acoustic number that flips on the electricity and turns into an introspective road rambler..... "I'll Be Gone" isn't even blues but straight-up cabaret with brushed drums...... Happy to see blues-rock making a popular comeback, Peterson adds, "It's exciting to see Blues coming back, and Swig fits right in!"”