Surfer Blood drops in on the laundromat for an interview with Karrie K on Dirty Laundry TV. They talk about the good and bad things about being on a major label, what it was like to work with Gil Norton (who worked with Pixies) as well as their own stories about touring with the Pixies. This lead to Surfer Blood actually being able to borrow gear from the band and actually used it on the recording of their album Pythons.
Pythons was produced by Gil Norton (Pixies, Echo and the Bunnymen) in Los Angeles, and the music is indie pop with alternative influences. The song "Weird Shapes" (above) seems influenced by The Pixies.
"Surfer Blood is from West Palm Beach, Florida. They released their debut album ‘Astro Coast’ in January 2010. Prior to the release, they were on the road for months, and in 2010 their touring continued to take them all over the world playing festivals in Europe, Japan and Australia as well as at home," reads their label bio.
Check out more great interviews and live performances at DirtyLaundry.TV. The site is based out of Los Angeles and does frequent interviews with touring bands as they pass through LA. Check out more music videos on the Spacelab Media Player, including interviews.