Parenthetical Girls

Originally calling themselves “Swastika Girls” after a Brian Eno/Robert Fripp song, the northwestern experimental indie pop band Parenthetical Girls began as a bedroom-recording duo consisting of Jeremy Cooper and Zac Pennington in 2002. With a shared appreciation of Eno and Phil Spector they laid down seven lo-fi songs on an eight-track recorder and essentially left them for dead, before Jherek Bischoff (of the Dead Science) and Jamie Stewart (of Xiu Xiu) mixed those same songs into, not only useable material, but mixes that would become the nexus of their identifiable sound. Since that time,... Read More

Genre:
Rock, Alternative/Indie, Dream Pop, Experimental, Ambient/Electronic
City Of Origin:
Everett, ,Washington United States
Formed Date:
2002
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Tracks

Four Words

Entanglements
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Avenue of Trees

Entanglements
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Unmentionables

Entanglements
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Gut Symmetries

Entanglements
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A Song For Ellie Greenwich

Entanglements
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Young Eucharists

Entanglements
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Entanglements

Entanglements
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