Sour Boy, Bitter Girl has been active since 2005, and the band shows no signs of slowing down. The folk-rock quartet-- which formed in Fort Collins and is now based in Denver -- released two records this year: the "Witchy Women" EP and full-length album "The Palm Reader And The Palm Writer."
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Sour Boy, Bitter Girl made its first appearance in the CPR Performance Studio last month to play four songs from "The Palm Reader And The Palm Writer." Frontman Benjamin Buttice also spoke with Alisha Sweeney about making the move to Denver, the mystical themes behind the band's new music and plans for 2018.
Stream the session and watch Sour Boy, Bitter Girl perform "Adriatic" above.
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