Some time in 2007 Orange Twin has promised (threatened) to release the debut record by the indie pop, anti-folk group Nana Grizol. The band has upwards of seven members and plays instruments as eclectic as the glockenspiel, trumpet, clarinet, and guitar. Their tour schedule is full of basement shows, house parties, and underground clubs. It’s also full of question marks in dozens of markets, so if you live in a town or city somewhere in the world and want to put on a show give these guys/gals a holler.
“Tambourine In Time” refers to how and why the lead singer’s heart beats like a tambourine that plays along in time. The line “we ignore those body parts that get so wet and get so hard and focus on our beating hearts” from “Tamborine In Time” is like the epitome of lyrics in the twee scene and very nicely put.
Stripped down (just Theo Hilton) Nana Grizol in Bloomington, Indiana