In CityBeat’s local music column Spill It this week we reviewed the new Glowing Flower EP by Cincinnati Indie/Pscyh Pop trio Joesph. Meant as a teaser for Temples, the forthcoming Joesph full-length album, the EP will be issued tomorrow (you can hear a couple of tracks now at joesph.bandcamp.com) in conjunction with a unique release party. The band — which is led by former Pomegranates member Joey Cook and also features fellow Poms member Pierce Geary on bass and former Kickaways guitarist Devyn Glista — hosts a party/performance at 10 p.m. Saturday at the bakery/restaurant O Pie O in East Walnut Hills (slice of pie included in the $5 admission charge!).
For more on the release show click here.
To get you in the mood for the release and performance, check out the D.I.Y. video for the new EP’s title track, “Glowing Flower,” which includes silhouetted percussion miming, porch jamming, shirtless dancing and trippy animation. It’s an odd, quirky clip that matches up well with the song’s gorgeously kaleidoscopic melodies and retro-to-modern psychedelic swirl.