The Blind Pets Stream New Song “Big Kids”

The Blind Pets recently announced their new album, Sharon Is Karen, set for release on April 15th via Sup Bob Records. This week the Austin garage grunge trio are sharing the record’s latest single, “Big Kids” (listen below). Self described as “rock ’n’ roll faith healers,” The Blind Pets will make you believe. Blending stoner punk, garage pop, and reckless grunge, The Blind Pets are hard drinking and full of love, and their garage riffs are ready to turn any party wild. The single is rock & roll as hell… a song about the industry and the “sink or swim” mentality, paired with the perfect mix of garage pop and indie punk with a charming southern twang.

The FADER described “Big Kids” as “a fuzzy, Cramps-like track about the sink-or-swim mentality in the music industry (and, let’s face it, a lot of other industries)” before expanding with “At the end of the day, we just gotta save ourselves sometimes, and this mordant track from the “rock ‘n roll faith healers” might do just that.”

Upcoming Shows:
04/01 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Flux Capacitor
04/02 – Denver, CO @ Lost Lake
04/03 – Tulsa, OK @ Soundpony Bar
04/04 – Fayetteville, AR @ The Smoke & Barrel Tavern
04/05 – Murfreesboro, TN @ house party
04/06 – Memphis, TN @ Hi Tone
04/07 – Nashville, TN @ Foobar
04/08 – Mobile, AL @ The Industry Bar

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