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New CHUCK Album; Frankenstein Songs for the Grocery Store

Brooklyn (via Massachusetts) based bedroom musician CHUCK (aka Charles Griffin Gibson) issues his final album, Frankenstein Songs for the Grocery Store, on August 18 through Audio Antihero Records. Combining a lush classic pop sound with elements of ‘80s New Wave, ‘90s Alternative and ‘00s Emo, the album offers hints of Jonathan Richman, Death of a Ladies Man, The Get Up Kids and Daniel Johnston.

Though polarizing, CHUCK is a truly unique songwriter and I hope you enjoy this ambitious and conflicted LP. Previous support from DIY, TLOBF, London in Stereo, Bedford & Bowery, BBC, Gold Flake Paint and IMPOSE.

About the album, Charles Griffin Gibson had this to say: “My new album, Frankenstein Songs for the Grocery Store, will be my last as CHUCK. But it's been a great run! I've been making DIY music since I was in High School. If you haven't done it, I can't explain how fun it is to build songs by yourself. It's a magical thing. But I know my path is leading elsewhere, and I'm not made for the music biz. I'm 30. I'm married. I have a full-time job. I just don't have it in me anymore. So without further adieu, please enjoy the final CHUCK record. It's got songs about diet, exercise, work, love, T.V. and animals.”



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