Daily Discovery: Generationals, “Gold Silver Diamond”


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New Orleans’ Generationals have just released their fourth studio album Alix via Polyvinyl Records. They are currently touring the US and Canada, click HERE to see if they are playing in a city near you. 

ARTIST: Generationals

SONG: Gold Silver Diamond

BIRTHDATE: 1982ish

HOMETOWN: New Orleans, LA


AMBITIONS: World domination (snack empire)

TURN-OFFS: Litterbugs, tattletales, fradycats

TURN-ONS: Sauce. Those nice crystal rocks glasses. Not caring about your hair.

DREAM GIG: Our current gig is pretty dreamy. Also think it’d be cool to test-ride roller coasters.

FAVORITE LYRIC: “Think of a number, divide it by two , something is nothing, nothing is nothing” Wire – Three Girl Rhumba

CRAZIEST PERSON I KNOW: Woman I know in New Orleans who borrowed $200K to go to private graduate school.

SONG I WISH I WROTE: “Waters of March” – Antonio Carlos Jobim

5 PEOPLE I’D MOST LIKE TO HAVE DINNER WITH: Gilda Radner, Bill Murray, John Belushi, George Carlin, Gene Wilder. Pretty sure they all had dinner together at some point so thats 5 out of 6 right there.

MY FAVORITE CONCERT EXPERIENCE: I saw John Fogerty up close at the Saenger Theater in New Orleans with my dad in 1998ish. He played everything, sounded amazing.

I WROTE THIS SONG: The Eames Era – “NC-17.” Was towards the end of that band. We threw all of our writing rules away and thats when we started having real fun.

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