Garage pop laced with New York City grit, dark humor, and rock 'n' roll attitude. Born out of the American South, the first seeds for the group were planted when Josh Brocki and Manquillian Minniefee started messing around on guitar in high school down in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Fast forward to 2014: Josh and Manq, now living in Brooklyn, joined forces with Dallas, Texas-hailing Jesse Starr and Andrew "Ace" Jernigan to create Night Spins (FKA The Boobies).
Calling upon their experience working at burlesque clubs, circus shows, and raunchy variety clubs across NYC, the four-piece band melds its theatrical background with influences like Iggy Pop, Modest Mouse, and David Byrne for an unrivaled—and must-see—display of contemporary showmanship. So what does that sound like? Sizzling riffs, earworm hooks, raw vocals—all imbued with a Southern-bred shake of the supernatural. Fans who go to see Night Spins know one thing: They're gonna get a show.