PAINT BRANCH

A band from Washington D.C.
For the second year running, Paint Branch will perform at Capital Fringe Fest — and this time, we’ll be playing inside one of our favorite buildings in Washington D.C. Hope you can be there (even though it’s at a strange hour).
Monday, July 21 - Washington D.C. - Martin Luther King Library - 901 G St. NW, Washington DC 20001 - 3 p.m. - Free - All ages. Click here for more information.

For the second year running, Paint Branch will perform at Capital Fringe Fest — and this time, we’ll be playing inside one of our favorite buildings in Washington D.C. Hope you can be there (even though it’s at a strange hour).

Monday, July 21 - Washington D.C. - Martin Luther King Library - 901 G St. NW, Washington DC 20001 - 3 p.m. - Free - All ages. Click here for more information.

PAINT BRANCH 2014.
Deep thanks to everyone who listened to our music in 2013. We had a wonderful year playing these songs for you and we were grateful to be included on the year-end lists from Washington City Paper and DCist.
Our debut album, “I Wanna Live,” is still available on Bandcamp and is expected back from the vinyl factory any second now. Meantime, Cricket Cemetery might still have a few copies available on cassette. Give them a shout. 
And finally, we’re playing an acoustic show as a duo in the very same room where we first performed soon-to-be-Paint-Branch songs together two winters back. We hope to play some new tunes at this upcoming gig, but until then, here’s the info: 
Friday, February 7 - Washington D.C. - w/ Walking Sticks -  Smithsonian American Art Museum (8th and F St. N.W.) - 6 p.m. - Free - All ages. Click here for more information.
Hope to see you there.
(Above photo of a photo from that first show by Erica Bruce.)

PAINT BRANCH 2014.

Deep thanks to everyone who listened to our music in 2013. We had a wonderful year playing these songs for you and we were grateful to be included on the year-end lists from Washington City Paper and DCist.

Our debut album, “I Wanna Live,” is still available on Bandcamp and is expected back from the vinyl factory any second now. Meantime, Cricket Cemetery might still have a few copies available on cassette. Give them a shout. 

And finally, we’re playing an acoustic show as a duo in the very same room where we first performed soon-to-be-Paint-Branch songs together two winters back. We hope to play some new tunes at this upcoming gig, but until then, here’s the info: 

Friday, February 7 - Washington D.C. - w/ Walking Sticks -  Smithsonian American Art Museum (8th and F St. N.W.) - 6 p.m. - Free - All ages. Click here for more information.

Hope to see you there.

(Above photo of a photo from that first show by Erica Bruce.)

Oh, word?
Two upcoming Paint Branch shows in December:
Saturday, December 7 - Brooklyn, NY - Cameo Gallery (93 N 6th Street) - 8p.m. - $10 - +21
Thursday, December 19 - Washington D.C. - Black Cat (1811 14th Street NW) - 8p.m. - $10 adv. - $12 at the door - All ages

Oh, word?

Two upcoming Paint Branch shows in December:

Saturday, December 7 - Brooklyn, NY - Cameo Gallery (93 N 6th Street) - 8p.m. - $10 - +21

Thursday, December 19 - Washington D.C. - Black Cat (1811 14th Street NW) - 8p.m. - $10 adv. - $12 at the door - All ages

We’re opening for the Dismemberment Plan at the 9:30 Club on Sunday, October 20. Come out and see the show, won’t you? Tickets available right here. 

We’re opening for the Dismemberment Plan at the 9:30 Club on Sunday, October 20. Come out and see the show, won’t you? Tickets available right here

FORT FRINGE/FORT RENO
We have two gigs coming up at D.C. forts of note: 
Friday, July 19 - Fort Fringe (607 New York Ave. NW) w/ Adam Lempel and the Heartbeats - 11 p.m. - More info here. 
Thursday, August 8 - Fort Reno (Nebraska Ave. and Chesapeake St. NW) w/ Quiverd - 7 p.m. - More info here. 

FORT FRINGE/FORT RENO

We have two gigs coming up at D.C. forts of note: 

Friday, July 19 - Fort Fringe (607 New York Ave. NW) w/ Adam Lempel and the Heartbeats - 11 p.m. - More info here

Thursday, August 8 - Fort Reno (Nebraska Ave. and Chesapeake St. NW) w/ Quiverd - 7 p.m. - More info here

TWO SHOWS COMING UP IN THE DMV…
Hope you can join us.
Thursday, June 27 - Baltimore, MD. - Metro Gallery (1700 Charles St.) - w/Grandchildren, The New Media - $8 - 8:30 PM - 18+ - This will be a full band set - More info right here.
Friday, June 28 - Washington, D.C. - Comet Ping-Pong (5037 Connecticut Ave. NW) - w/Art Sorority For Girls, Shana Falala - $10 - 10 PM - ALL AGES - This will be a full band set - More info right here.

TWO SHOWS COMING UP IN THE DMV…

Hope you can join us.

Thursday, June 27 - Baltimore, MD. - Metro Gallery (1700 Charles St.) - w/Grandchildren, The New Media - $8 - 8:30 PM - 18+ - This will be a full band set - More info right here.

Friday, June 28 - Washington, D.C. - Comet Ping-Pong (5037 Connecticut Ave. NW) - w/Art Sorority For Girls, Shana Falala - $10 - 10 PM - ALL AGES - This will be a full band set - More info right here.

SHOWS - SHOWS - SHOWS

We finally have some shows locked down, with more in the works for the summertime. Below are the first five — two of them as a duo, three with our full band, which includes the wonderful Nick Anderson, Andy Goldman and Elmer Sharp. Hope to see you out there…


Saturday, May 4 - Washington, D.C. - Black Whiskey (1410 14th St. NW) - w/Deathfix and DJs Ian Svenonius & Kid Congo Powers - $10 - 9PM - ALL AGES - This will be a duo set with John and Chris


Sunday, May 5 - College Park, MD. - WMUC/Third Rail Radio - 6PM - This will be a live acoustic duo set from John and Chris - Listen at wmuc.umd.edu


Friday, May 10 - Fredericksburg, VA. - Horseshoes & Hand Grenades (1009 Princess Anne St.) - w/Arctic Atlantic and Hoot & Holler - $5 - 7PM - ALL AGES - This will be a full band set


Thursday, June 27 - Baltimore, MD. - Metro Gallery (1700 Charles St.) - w/Grandchildren - $8 - 8:30PM - 18+ - This will be a full band set


Friday, June 28 - Washington, D.C. - Comet (5037 Connecticut Ave. NW) - w/Art Sorority For Girls - $10 - ALL AGES - This will be a full band set
SHOWS - SHOWS - SHOWS
We finally have some shows locked down, with more in the works for the summertime. Below are the first five — two of them as a duo, three with our full band, which includes the wonderful Nick Anderson, Andy Goldman and Elmer Sharp. Hope to see you out there…
Saturday, May 4 - Washington, D.C. - Black Whiskey (1410 14th St. NW) - w/Deathfix and DJs Ian Svenonius & Kid Congo Powers - $10 - 9PM - ALL AGES - This will be a duo set with John and Chris
Sunday, May 5 - College Park, MD. - WMUC/Third Rail Radio - 6PM - This will be a live acoustic duo set from John and Chris - Listen at wmuc.umd.edu
Friday, May 10 - Fredericksburg, VA. - Horseshoes & Hand Grenades (1009 Princess Anne St.) - w/Arctic Atlantic and Hoot & Holler - $5 - 7PM - ALL AGES - This will be a full band set
Thursday, June 27 - Baltimore, MD. - Metro Gallery (1700 Charles St.) - w/Grandchildren - $8 - 8:30PM - 18+ - This will be a full band set
Friday, June 28 - Washington, D.C. - Comet (5037 Connecticut Ave. NW) - w/Art Sorority For Girls - $10 - ALL AGES - This will be a full band set

We hope you like the video for our first single, “Brighton Beach.” It was directed by Scott Mueller. Please feel free to spread it around.

Thanks to everyone who squeezed into Red Onion Records on Saturday night to listen to us sing our songs. (And a big, huge thank you to Red Onion for hosting, too.) If you missed it, here’s video of the song “Vanishing Act.”

Meantime, “I Wanna Live” is now on Spotify. Go listen.

Our words/their words/a mixture of the two/a gig:
Click the song titles on our Bandcamp page and you’ll find the lyrics.
Click here for a take in Express.
Click here for an interview with John on BYT.
Click your heels on the sidewalks of Washington D.C. and come see us sing songs at Red Onion Records on Saturday, January 12 at 6 p.m. sharp.

Our words/their words/a mixture of the two/a gig:

Click the song titles on our Bandcamp page and you’ll find the lyrics.

Click here for a take in Express.

Click here for an interview with John on BYT.

Click your heels on the sidewalks of Washington D.C. and come see us sing songs at Red Onion Records on Saturday, January 12 at 6 p.m. sharp.