Blimp Rock

They’ve sued the Toronto Blue Jays (Google “Blimp Rock Blue Jays”), started a campaign to play in a blimp over Lake Ontario, bought Phil Elverum’s (of Mount Eerie) band naming service for $200, and somehow (more quietly) put out three critically acclaimed records. Channeling the likes of Pavement, the Moldy Peaches and Lou Reed with a heavy dose of feelings, Blimp Rock spill their dorky hearts with smiles on their faces, fuzz pedals cranked to 11 and a sworn allegiance to the sensitive and mischievous.