We're thrilled to find that the new long player from Get Help, The Good Green Earth will be released by Midriff Records on May 10th. For the uninitiated, Get Help is Tony Skalicky from Boston's post punk giants, The Beatings and Mike Ingenthron from NYC's Microdot. Get Help, started as a collaboration project between Mike and Tony, often involving the trading of MP3's back in forth via e-mail while the two added various instrumentation to the tracks. Since their inception the band has made a few personnel changes but the line up was solidified shortly after the release of their exceptional debut, The End of The New Century with drummer Gene D'Avolio and bassist John Van Atta. The newish rhythm section brings a bit of muscle and confidence to the new material. The Good Green Earth was recorded with assistance from Ray Jeffrey between 2010 and the winter of 2011 at Liberty & Union Recording Co. in Taunton, MA.
Get Help celebrate the album release with a show The Trash Bar in Brooklyn on April 30th. We think and hope an announcement of a Boston release show is imminent.
This Just In: Tony has just informed us that Get Help will play PA's Lounge on May 26th, so make with the quickness and get on that.
Until then check the superbly crafted pop of You Should Be Home Now and It's Only Your Head from, from The Good Green Earth below.