Buzz Duo Jamaican Queens Releases New Animated Video for "Caitlin" + Tour Dates

by PopMatters Staff

10 April 2013

Jamaican Queens created a stunning animated video in partnership with artist Dan Demaggio, who labored for a month to create the designs.
 

The Detroit duo is drawing praise for their debut album, Wormfood, which has helped them to score a number of festival invitations in 2013, including Calgary’s Sled Island Festival and Brooklyn’s Bushwick Block Party 2013. Sample the video and three album tracks below.
  





TOUR DATES
4.11 - Grand Rapids, MI - The Pyramid Scheme
4.12 - Detroit, MI - Trinosophes [Album Release Show]
4.13 - Bloomington, IN - Culture Shock Festival
4.23 - Detroit, MI - Magic Stick (Cafe)
4.26 - Hamden, CT - The Outer Space
4.27 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Bowl
4.28 - Buffalo, NY - The Vault
5.2 - San Diego, CA - The Casbah
5.3 - Los Angeles, CA - TBA
5.5 - Oakland, CA - The New Parish
5.6 - Sacramento, CA - The Blue Lamp
5.7 - Eugene, OR - Cozmic Pizza
5.8 - Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios
5.9 - Seattle, WA - Barboza
5.10 - Vancouver, BC - Electric Owl
5.18 - Grand Rapids, MI - Mexicains Sans Frontieres
5.20 - Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle
6.19 - Calgary, AB - Sled Island Festival
6.20 - Calgary, AB - Sled Island Festival
6.22 - Calgary, AB - Sled Island Festival
7.27 - Brooklyn, NY - Bushwick Block Party 2013
9.5 - Raleigh, NC - Hopscotch Music Festival
9.20 - Lexington, KY - Boomslang Festival

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