Intimate Objects was actually my first full solo release back in 2013. Barring two songs (“Like A Broken String” and the original version of “Brakes”), I wrote and recorded the whole thing over the span of a week. Two of its songs became Pneumatic Girls tunes (“A Team of Bumblebees” and “Near Misses”) and “Brakes” has… Continue reading Intimate Objects, Confidence, and what happens next?
Here’s a playlist for the newer singles as well as the Pneumatic Girls EP, Imperial Lanes. Please enjoy! Have you been enjoying the new music?
The Pneumatic Girls track “Near Misses” will be played on this Sunday’s (8/31) edition of Hey You Kids Get Off My Lawn, a radio show which airs on Utica, New York’s WPNR-FM Sundays at 8:00pm Eastern. This is the second PGs track HYKGOML has played, and will be the second time “Near Misses” has appeared on the show. You… Continue reading XXIV. ON THE RADIO: The Pneumatic Girls
Session two was myself and Jason Pulley. He played piano, organ, and Rhodes. I played melodica, toy piano, and synthesizer. I don’t think I’ve even discussed what this first batch of songs consists of. Well… “We Died Laughing” began its life as a Near Reaches song called “The Bailer”, but I wasn’t really satisfied with… Continue reading XXIII. If It Has Keys, We Can Play It…and What Was It Anyway?
In case you hadn’t heard, The Pneumatic Girls are no more. No more hiding behind a band name or guise, no more group identities. It’s time I just embraced making music as ME, Jack Alberson. And so demoing has begun, and five songs have been started on at Five & Dime with the honorable Harry… Continue reading XIX. Everything Dead Is Probably Still Dead Again
The Pneumatic Girls now has an artist account on Spotify. Be our friend.
Photos taken to promote Imperial Lanes June 29, 2014
…from our friend Richard Lester, who had this to say: “Imperial Lanes is the debut effort from Memphis band, The Pneumatic Girls. The band mixes numerous influences such as Bowie, Orbison, and even shoegazing to create a unique sound. Mixing modern rock n’ roll sensibilities with a bit of ‘Wall of Sound’ technique, The Girls… Continue reading XV. Praise For Imperial Lanes…
Just let it sink in…
Testing…1…2…3… The blog here at thepneumaticgirls.com is now connected to our Facebook and Tumblr pages, and also to our Twitter. I’m told that’s supposed to be a good thing. Mind you, each will still have unique content, but most of our major announcements (in theory, at least) should originate from here. As referenced here, earlier… Continue reading XI. Getting Social