Sweet Tea Pumpkin Pie talks with Gringo Star about the band’s latest record, their connection to early R&B in the Georgia South, and their distaste for frat cover bands

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Tomorrow night, Gringo Star, Atlanta’s psych-pop rock ‘n’ rollers will be hitting the stage at the Black Cat, opening for Cincinnati’s “trash pop” Tweens. If you’ve seen Gringo Star before, you know they’ve got something up their sleeves.

“I like trying to switch it up” said Nick Furgiuele, bassist and co-lead vocalist of Gringo Star. “There’s nothing I hate more than seeing a band where it feels like they’re just playing 14 of the same songs in a row.” READ MORE…