Graveyard Lovers is the Brooklyn based, blues, garage rock creation of frontman Zach Reynolds and drummer Tricia Purvis. Zach, a Louisiana native, and Tricia, a New Yorker, craft lyric based, independent, American rock n roll songs that could be said to fall somewhere between Son House and Sonic Youth. Their union is a story of divine serendipity. Their live show is jaw dropping, they are prolific, ever expanding and between gigs are writing songs for their first full length LP.
"Despite having only two instruments, the music was inventive and impeccably arranged. Reynolds’ lyrics and vocal performance impressed us even more, not just improving on what we’ve heard so far, but blowing it away. The songs are heartfelt and interesting while remaining brash and rollicking."
“The World Is Ending,” “Everyday Is A War” and “Ripe To Misbehave,” there can be no doubt: this is rock and roll. “The World Is Ending” is a smoldering blues shuffle played at a menacing crawl, a slow burner that reduces the whole world to ashes; “Everyday Is A War” plays nicely on duo dynamics with call-and-response wordplay, Renyolds’ southern fried guitar fuzz and Purvis’ splashy, energetic drums. “Ripe To Misbehave” justifies that Sonic Youth comparison—it’s fast, aggressive, twangy and loud."