Catchy and clean

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Treblehead plays consistently catchy and clean power pop tunes that would sound completely natural directly after a Foo Fighters track on alternative radio. On first listen, they have an eerily familiar, "this is my new favorite song" quality about them.

The band members performed at the 2000 North by Northwest Music Festival and have been invited to play South by Southwest. With Brian Shaney's scratchy, from the gut alterna-voice, Lori Gidley on bass, Ron Vensko on drums and A.J. Pahl on guitar, keep an eye on this Ann Arbor-based quartet that has been crafting hooks since 1998.

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