Grass House
The Boredom Rose 
Release Date: 17th September 2012
Label: Dancing Coins
Format: CD / 7”/ DL
1. The Boredom Rose 
2. Caught Green

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REVEAL 'The Boredom Rose' Video and STREAM 'Caught Green' B-side
New single out on brand new label Dancing Coins 17th September

“Grass House are a band that can send shivers down your spine” Black Cab Sessions
"there is actually something quite Modern Lovers-esque about vocalist Liam Palmer’s strange, slightly unwieldy, but oddly compelling lyricism" The Line Of Best Fit'
With their darkly poetic lyrics and Americana leanings, Grass House will release a new single, ‘The Boredom Rose’ b/w ‘Caught Green, on 17th September 2012.
WATCH the 'Barton Fink'-esque video for 'The Boredom Rose
STREAM a-sidein all it's bar room rumble glory here complete with guest backing vocals from Cold Specks lead singer Al Spx: 'The Boredom Rose
STREAM atmospheric b-side 'Caught Green'
Grass House will be the first band to be released on the up-and-coming London label Dancing Coins. The label was founded earlier this year by a collective including producer Jim Anderson (Cold Specks, The Twilight Sad, 2:54) and Al Spx.
A joint single and label launch party on 11th September will be held at London’s White Heat @ Madame Jo Jo's, with support coming from Colours and dj sets from Weird Dreams and Sylver Tongue.
Grass House are Liam Palmer, Steven Dove, Ross Hall and Nicholas Jones, a group of Northerners drawn towards London then into a rehearsal room through their love of Joe Meek, Jonathan Richman, Captain Beefheart and Lou Reed. Liam and Steven met in the wilds of Driffield and continued playing music together on their move to the capital, with Ross and Nicolas completing the line-up as the rhythm section.
Grass House have previously self-released two singles, 'A Cradle, A Short Breath' and 'Faun'/'The Breeze' in 2011
“It’s as if the National recorded in the same cabin Bon Iver used for For Emma, Forever Ago and their influences suddenly turned to Fleet Foxes, early Leonard Cohen and even a bit of Captain Beefheart.” Can’t Hear My Eyes
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