Filthy Friends is a rock supergroup based in Portland, Oregon. The band is fronted by Corin Tucker (of Sleater-Kinney) and guitarist Peter Buck (formerly of . The other members of the band include alumni from bands such as the Minus 5, King Crimson, The Baseball Project and Steve Wynn & the Miracle 3. The band, with the tentative name of Super Earth, first convened in the studio in 2014
Watch a video of the band at Cascade Record Pressing in Oregon here. The first releases from Filthy Friends, the scorchingly melodic rock group whose membership consists of some of the most original musical voices of the past three decades, came as a small, delightful shock to the system. Not only because of the names associated with the project, including Sleater-Kinney co-founder Corin Tucker, .
Emerald Valley follows the band’s debut album Invitation, released back in August 2017. Tucker and Buck have had their own commitments to juggle as well, with the former and her Sleater-Kinney cohort also at work on a new album, and the latter teaming up with Joseph Arthur as Arthur Buck, with the duo releasing their self-titled debut last summer.
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Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker titled the second album by Filthy Friends - her side project with former . guitarist Peter Buck - after a nickname for her hometown of Eugene, Oregon. It’s moments like that, where the music and Tucker’s words work in concert together to summon an energy, usually a nervous one, where Emerald Valley feels more like the work of a songwriting partnership than its predecessor, 2017’s Invitation. It makes the jagged bleakness of Tucker’s observations all the more digestible. In This Article: Filthy Friends, Peter Buck, . Sleater-Kinney, The Corin Tucker Band.
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The first releases from Filthy Friends, the scorchingly melodic rock group whose membership consists of some of the most original musical voices of the past three decades, came as a small, delightful shock to the system. guitarist Peter Buck and indie stalwarts Scott McCaughey, Linda Pitmon and Kurt Bloch, but also because of how ably they were able to mesh their individual sounds into a crackling melodic whole on debut album 'Invitation'. The Law Of Attraction.