April 6th, 2010 | by MICHAEL MANNHEIMER Music | Posted In: Columns, News

Video: Parenthetical Girls Debut New Song on Into The Woods

Picture 1And now for your weekly dose of Into the Woods. Once again we're taken to the home of a local band, in this case experimental-pop act Parenthetical Girls, who debut the new song "The Common Touch" for their "Feels Like Home" series. Singer Zac Pennington seems uncharacteristically reserved as the song begins, singing the opening line ("I came out of my mother") sitting down on a couch before rising to lift his hands to the sky (er, ceiling) and belt out the rest of the synth-heavy jam. As the trio finish, Pennington asks keyboard player Rachael Jensen who it went. She responds with a shrug and says "decent" but I think she's underselling a pretty rad performance.



Links:
Parenthetical GirlSpace
Into The Woods

Screen cap taken from the video
 
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