The Sunshine Factory - "Twisted and Clover" (PopMatters Premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

14 January 2011

Mobile, Alabama's the Sunshine Factory are a power trio with a shoegaze and psychedelic edge.
 

Mobile, Alabama’s the Sunshine Factory are a power trio with a shoegaze and psychedelic edge. It’s a popular sound in indie these days with Bear in Heaven and A Place to Bury Strangers as the artists closest to Sunshine Factory’s approach. Last December, the band released their latest LP Sugar and today we present the premiere of their newest video, “Twisted and Clover”, full of slabs of their trademark fuzzy, distortion-fueled pop. Check below the jump for the group’s upcoming your dates.


  
TOUR DATES
Jan 14 – The Soul Kitchen – Mobile, AL
Jan 21 – The Factory – Jacksonville, FL
Jan 28 – The Atlantic – Gainesville, FL
Jan 29 – Farside Collective – Tallahassee , FL
Feb 3- Eckerd College – St. Petersburg, FL
Feb 4 – New World Brewery – Tampa, FL
Feb 5 – 1982 – Gainesville, FL
Feb 12 – Walter’s On Washington – Houston, TX
April 16 – Deep Haven Now Festival – Somerville, MA

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