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The Greeting Committee Drop Breezy New Indie-Rock Single “Cyclical”

A breezy yet vulnerable track off their upcoming album

Kansas City’s indie-rock band The Greeting Committee unleashed their latest single, “Cyclical.” The breezy yet vulnerable track comes off the band’s upcoming new album, Everyone’s Gone and I Know I’m The Cause, set for release on June 21. 

On “Cyclical,” frontwoman Addie Sartino gets personal as her auratic vocals lead amongst gentle guitars and guiding drums, reflecting on the tedious cycle of family trauma. While the single is socially buoyant, the lyrics question how to break out of imposed habits and create a new reality for one’s life. “‘Cyclical,’ talks about being stuck in a horrible cycle,” Sartino says. “It’s me seeing a pattern and doing the brave and hard thing by cutting certain habits or people out of my life. It might suck, but that’s what growing up and healing is and that’s what needed to happen for everybody.

Following the release of their previous albums and EPs, a lineup change, parting ways with their longtime manager, and personal grief and breakups, Sartino and Turcotte were ready to create an album of songs that just “feel good.” Ultimately, The Greeting Committee hopes that the concept of change becomes a constant in the band’s DNA; that they are forever growing as a band, feeling things as they come, and creating music that matters as much to them as it does to their listeners. “I lived in fear for so long, I grew up inside of it,” says Sartino. “I was afraid if I didn’t hold tightly enough, if I didn’t struggle enough, if I didn’t sacrifice enough that I wouldn’t be enough. And if I couldn’t be enough then how could I ever deserve this? But I promise you, the things and the people that are meant for you will always believe you are enough.”

How are you feeling about The Greeting Committee’s latest offering, “Cyclical”?

The Greeting Committee will also be embarking on a massive US tour this summer to celebrate the new album. Tickets for all shows are on sale now and available here.

Tour Dates:

July 9            Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade Hall
July 10          Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle
July 12          Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
July 13          New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
July 16          Philadelphia, PA @ World Café Live
July 17          Boston, MA @ Sinclair
July 19          Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground
July 20          Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s
July 21          Columbus, OH @ A&R Music Bar
July 23          Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line
July 24          Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
July 26          OKC, OK @ Resonant Head
July 27          Fort Worth, TX @ Tulips FTW
July 28          Austin, TX @ The Mohawk
July 30          Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent
July 31          San Diego, CA @ Voodoo Room House of Blues
Aug 2            Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
Aug 3            Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram Ballroom
Aug 4            San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
Aug 6            Portland, OR @ Aladdin Theater
Aug 7            Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore
Aug 8            Seattle, WA @ Neumos
Aug 10          Salt Lake City, UT @ Soundwell
Aug 11          Denver, CO @ Bluebird

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