The Tea Cozies are a fantastic little pop group who I'm assuming like tea quite a bit and like proper indie pop even more.
Taking a bit c86, a bit garage rock, and maybe even a bit of riot grrl the Tea Cozies wind up with spiky indie pop songs that are delightfully lo-fi and ridiculously infectious. With about a zillion riffs in their single, "Dead Man's Sister," the song makes more left turns than a NASCAR driver but still manages to hold your attention.
As for what they've been up to lately, the band been busy working on their sophomore album, prepping to be on MTV, and releasing this single on Saturday!
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