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Thursday, 01 August 2019

courtship. - Guy Stuff

courtship. arrived on the scene in late 2016, when both Eli Hirsh and Micah Gordon left former rock band Bloodboy; the vampire sounding band to start a whole new project from scrap. Both rockstars left to mainly focus on writing and production. For years they have supported the local L.A indie scene performing in various bands like Dreamers and more.

They began taking out singles in 2016 steadily growing a new fan base, and they have not been letting their followers down. courtship. recently released a new track taking their fans on a trip down memory lane that only old timers  might remember. The music video for “Guy Stuff” takes you back to that baby boomer era with a greatly adapted music video that is a great representation of the 50’s with dancing and badass choreography-- with a bleak ending that feminists might probably enjoy. The song is getting much love and appreciation from playlists all around including Spotify, which the song was added to their new music Friday playlist. It is also getting love from a bevy of people on Youtube with comments like “This is a GEM. And I don’t know why it’s not more popular” and my favorite comment “Spooky ending”. 

Written by  Alex Rodriguez
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