Cousin Earth

Brooklyn-based ensemble, Cousin Earth, are announcing their 24-date spring tour which has already begun. The tour includes the band's first Southeastern run, two 4/20 shows in the Charleston area, and several festivals.

After more than a year of long nights at the studio in between rehearsals and relentless legs of touring, Cousin Earth is ready to share their first full-length album, "Human Music." Known for their blistering ukulele solos, intricate rhythms, soaring vocal harmonies and unconventional instrumentation, the band showcases a broad spectrum of musical influences on this ten-song album, which will be available on all platforms Friday, April 27th.

Cousin Earth, one of the rising stars of Brooklyn's current "Jam Renaissance," have announced the 2018 release of their long awaited full-length album, "Human Music." The album will feature artwork by Dean Arscott, a Florida artist known for his sand sculpture and illustrations, most notably, the album art for Dopapod's "Drawn Onward" and "Redivider."

Cousin Earth, one of Brooklyn's most buzz-worthy bands, has been hosting their one-night-only, mid-winter music festival for 7 years. This year's show, held at the Knitting Factory, promises to be bigger and better than ever featuring some of the Northeast festival scene's most beloved rising stars including Space Carnival, Teddy Midnight and headliner Bella's Bartok.

Cousin Earth and Teddy Midnight, two rising stars of Brooklyn's current "Jam Renaissance," bring their distinct musical styles to a Rocks Off concert cruise during a break in Phish's "Baker's Dozen," this July. The two bands have been cutting their teeth together on the North East festival circuit since their infancy, and are sure pull out all stops and include some special surprises for this nautical performance.

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