Dear solid-single spinner, we got some shit for the regular rotation. Two absolutely huge songs that stick. Well-recorded, well-packaged and served up hot from their recent session with producer Mike McCarthy, Dammit Pomegranate builds on the X-meets-Modernettes-meets-country-fried-rock of their previous “Fight” LP. A-side Dammit Pomegranate kicks off this batch of dog treats. A fat little multi-colored slugger of down-tempo, chugging goodness. The perfect bedrock for AGD’s syrupy vocals and intelligent lyrics to drape over. The flip-side, Can’t Complain , sends off like a rocket propelled sugar cannon toward the Modernettes-on-speed taste of things to come (upcoming LP due out on TTT in February). But of perhaps MOST crucial noteworthiness is the bands lyrical and vocal style. Female/male mix of real maple syrup and buttery tastes of quality vox fall over a thick batter of rhythm guitars for a well-rounded bit ‘o sweet but substantive consumption. Featuring members of Bad Sports, OBN III’s, and Bobby Jealousy, AGD’s unique sound takes the form of a huge, pop-bullet. Songs that explode mostly in your heart, but with a few fragments ringing their way around into your mind. One of the key bands to keep an eye on in 2013. Mastered at Chicago Mastering Service and housed in a big fat glue pocket sleeve with insert and a high quality download. This single rules. Edition of 500.