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Casey Bolles Returns as ‘Gardenhead,’ Debuts New Song “Underwater”

After much reflection, soul-searching and an abundance of fanfare, singer-songwriter Casey Bolles will make his return this year with a new project called Gardenhead. Today, he’s partnered with NewNoiseMagazine.com to debut his first single, “Underwater,” under the new moniker. Fans can stream the track on Spotify starting August 4th.
Gardenhead – Underwater

“I’m starting Gardenhead because I needed a fresh start. I haven’t released music in a while; I’ve been focusing on a lot of other facets of my life. But when I started writing again, I’d been listening to a much wider range of artists and began experimenting with different sounds. Luckily I’ve made a lot of friends through the music scene the past few years, and I wanted a better way to get them involved in the music I’m making. The product of that is Gardenhead. I hope the narratives in these new songs have a more mature perspective than what I was writing before. And I hope people hear something that feels refreshed and new, and while not always happy, at least comforting in some way.” – Casey Bolles
Since his start in 2013, Casey Bolles has built a growing fanbase with memorable performances, a 2014 EP, Freshman, which he wrote while pursuing a degree in Physics in New York City, and a 2016 follow up, Manhattan. Drawing influence from the quirky indie-pop of Say Anything and The Front Bottoms, to the lyrical honesty of Bright Eyes, Bolles’ music is exudes a level of passion that pulls listeners in with each verse. In 2017, Bolles returns fresh-faced with a new project called Gardenhead where he’ll further explore the depths and breadths of his music.
Gardenhead will kick off a tour later this week. Dates are listed below.
Gardenhead Tour Dates:
Aug 4 – Concord, NC – Lafferty’s Live
Aug 5 – North Charleston, SC – The Purple Buffalo
Aug 6 – Tampa, FL – Transitions Art Gallery
Aug 7 – Orlando, FL – Will’s Pub
Aug 9 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
Aug 10 – Birmingham, AL – 3029
Aug 11 – Nashville, TN – Hound Dog Commons
Aug 13 – Springfield, MO – FOH Lounge
Aug 14 – Kansas City, MO – Holy Cow Market & Music
Aug 15 – Dubuque, IA – Olliewood
Aug 18 – Indianapolis, IN – Hoosier Dome
Aug 19 – Chicago, IL – Treehouse Records
Aug 20 – Columbus, OH – Double Happiness

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