If Grouplove never make another record ever they would still be able to release a greatest hits album at some point in the future, their material to date is that good.
Whilst I'm not a big fan of the phrase I can think of no more apt description to sum up 'Never Trust A Happy Song'.............."It's all killer, no filler".
On the same day, they performed at a sold-out show in West Hollywood, supporting the Australian band 'The Rubens'.
They set off to do their 18 show tour across the US, supported by The Rubens.
Having originally burst onto the music scene at the start of the year with the release of a six track EP, the band quickly became a name on the lips of bloggers around the world and their debut single 'Colours' comfirmed their talent and showed a brief glimpse of what to expect.
The joie de vivre and endearing naivety that was so captivating has seemingly been thrashed out of Grouplove as if they've been force fed an aural diet of thrash metal, EMO and Foo Fighters on rotation until they've surrendered what they had and given in to produce whatever this is.
Continue reading: Grouplove - Spreading Rumours Album Review After the release of the fabulously infectious and riotously enthusiastic joy filled 'Colours' EP, Grouplove have released their debut album 'Never Trust A Happy Song'.
Gleason also toured with the band on their 2014 US tour, which was supported by MS MR, and their European tour which was supported by Femme. Throughout 2014, the band played at many festivals including Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Firefly, and Coachella.
Biography by Hannah Hooper and Christian Zucconi - Expectant parents Hannah Hooper and Christian Zucconi of the band Grouplove go shopping at The Grove - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 5th July 2015When Grouplove burst onto the scene a few years ago they brought with them a breath of fresh air; an almost tangible youthful exuberance and an infectious zest for life.