Trummors Have Moved to New Mexico and Are Touring the West Coast
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 17:19:36
Formerly New York-based duo Trummors have moved from New York to New Mexico and have booked several West Coast tour dates with Bishop Allen this fall in support of Moorish Highway, out now.
Formed in 2010 in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Trummors were formed by songwriter Anne Cunningham and longtime New York City musician David Lerner, known best to some for his years of work with Ted Leo & the Pharmacists.
The two multi-instrumentalists focus on acoustic instrumentation, incorporating harmonium, fingerstyle guitar and close-harmony, dual vocals into their warm sound. Early on in the group's existence, Cunningham and Lerner moved from Brooklyn to the considerably calmer surroundings of Woodstock in upstate New York.
They've since relocated to Taos, NM, about 75 miles outside of Santa Fe. We love that they move around and that they go from place to place. Their locales likely inform their music, be it consciously or not!
So, yeah, Trummors move around and they are gypsies, sort of, and their music is amazing.
10/2 - Lofi - Seattle, WA *
10/3 - The Bartlett - Spokane, WA *
10/4 - Mississippi Studios - Portland, OR *
10/5 - Rickshaw Stop - San Francisco, CA *
10/7 - Bootleg Bar - Los Angeles, CA *
10/8 - The Crescent Ballroom - Phoenix, AZ *
10/9 - TBA - Santa Fe, NM *
10/10 - The Hi Dive - Denver, CO *
* w/Bishop Allen
For more tour info, visit facebook.com/pages/Trummors.
Anyone plan to see the newly transplanted Trummors?