Greenhouse ‘god-like’ Single Launch, The Maggie Pills.

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Greenhouse ‘god-like’ Single Launch, The Maggie Pills.

Sound As Ever 90-99 presents…

Join greenhouse on Saturday 22nd October for the release of their new single entitled ‘god-like’ ahead of an album that’s set for release in early 2023.

“…the indie darlings are back, picking up right where they left off” Talia Rinaldo – Forte Magazine

“Journey into the stratosphere of searing, soaring, scorching guitars, and you’ll discover greenhouse” Jeff Apter – On the Street. Sydney.

When their debut single See Saw, launched out of Geelong, greenhouse became an instant Triple J favourite, landing them in the top ten of the National Alternative Charts, the single listed in the music media as one of the important songs of 1990, alongside Vapour Trail by Ride and The Only One I Know by The Charlatans.

Two more top 10 indie hits followed over the next two years, charting alongside some of their heroes like The Pixies and The Cocteau Twins. It was apparent, as John Watson (eleven music) wrote in Sydney’s On the Street, that Greenhouse were …obviously suited to puddles larger…

Scott Thurling and Jane Gazzo’s Sound As Ever label, unearthed, remastered and released a lost greenhouse track, Pray, on the 2021 compilation album ‘Stuck on the ‘90s’. This release, the airplay and accompanying video got people excited.

Sell out shows in Melbourne and Geelong between lockdowns followed and greenhouse unleashed a 14 track retrospective on the Sound As Ever 90-99 label. This album, Full Circles, includes their early recordings, previously unreleased material from their early recordings, previously unreleased material from their JJJ live at the wireless appearance and unreleased demos from their EMI sessions.

With special guests The Maggie Pills plus more TBA.