Comprised of Addie Sartino and Pierce Turcotte, Noah Spencer and Micah Ritchie, the spirit of purposeful sharing has served as a lifeline for the Kansas City band, The Greeting Committee. From the sense of community that surrounds their live shows to the subject matter of their music, the band has created a warm world where all are welcome to shed the weight of living and experience a moment together.
Last month, The Greeting Committee released “Hopscotch” their first single since the release of their critically acclaimed deluxe album Dandelion earlier this year. This release saw the band feeling the most themselves they have felt in years – apropos of the new era they are entering.
Starting with a simple guitar before a rush of vocals come flooding in, today the group released their next single “Anything But You.” Produced by Jake Luppen of Hippo Campus and accompanied by a supercut of tour footage as the official video, the track is heavy-hearted yet still carefree. It’s not hard to imagine how “Anything But You” will translate into a perfect echoing singalong for a live show.
On the single, lead singer Addie Sartino said, “‘Anything But You’ is a song for the girl I love. It’s as simple and as complicated as that. Capturing the moment when everything in you becomes a megaphone telling the world how you feel with the windows down.”
The band is currently in the middle of their headline To Feel Alright Again tour run. Tonight, they have a show at The Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn that is set to sell out. Selling out shows across North America and uniting fans in the communal embrace of live music, on the road is where The Greeting Committee feels most at home.
REMAINING TO FEEL ALRIGHT AGAIN TOUR DATES
December 6 – Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY^
December 7 – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA^
December 9 – Black Cat – Washington DC^
December 10 – Cat’s Cradle (Back Room) – Carrboro, NC (sold out)^
December 11 – Aisle 5 – Atlanta, GA^
^ with WILLIS
All tour/ticket information HERE
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