The Casket Girls share "True Believers," ready The Piano Album

The Casket Girls are set to release The Piano Album on October 17 via Graveface Records. The album is available to pre-order digitally at BandCamp and limited number of tapes will be available on Cassette Store Day.
Noisey has premiered “True Believers” from the upcoming release and said, “It relies on an incredibly sparse amount of instrumentation, namely a piano and vocals with some light effect work. The words ‘we’re the true believers’ hang over each note and tap of the piano, constantly reverberating and bouncing off of itself. It’s a great representation of what the band is able to achieve, fractured beauty that will sit with you for a while, even if it’s a little uncomfortable.”

Earlier this fall, Hissing Lawns premiered a stream of “Sixteen Forever” from The Piano Album and the track is available to post and share via SoundCloud. “Sixteen Forever” is also available as a download as part of the Graveface Records Halloween Sampler which comes with the purchase of a limited edition Graveface shirt.
The Casket Girls Elsa Greene says, “The idea for The Piano Album was born backstage before a show at BSP in Kingston, New York.” Greene recalls, “My sister and I were getting dressed up and applying makeup when Ryan started playing the old piano that lived in the green room, and Fay and I started singing… There was some kind of magic in the air… And the rest was history. The recording of the album accompanied our fantasy of traveling around from piano bar to fancy hotel lobby with our new lounge act, and post partum, lingers in the afterglow of getting back to our roots.”  The Casket Girls is a three-piece band hailing from Savannah, Georgia. Comprised of Ryan Graveface (Black Moth Super Rainbow, The Marshmallow Ghosts, Dreamend), who writes and plays all the song structures and Elsa and Phaedra Greene, who write and perform all of the vocals. The Casket Girls happened – as most things do – by accident. Ryan was visiting his future home, and in walking through one of the city’s 22 squares, he happened upon two girls playing autoharp and singing bizarre songs. He watched from afar, eventually approaching them with the idea for the band. Ryan had been (and still is) obsessed with the Shangri-las, and the sisters personified his desire of a far darker and more complex version of the 60s group.
The Piano Album follows up The Casket Girls sophomore album True Love Kills The Fairy Tale and debut Sleepwalking out now now on Graveface Records. Those releases were well-received by press outlets such as NPR, Nylon, Pitchfork, Consequence Of Sound, USA Today, Interview Magazine, eMusic, Bust, The Chicago Tribune, Washington Post and many others. The band toured with The Faint, Trust, Black Moth Super Rainbow among others in support of the releases and made their late night TV debut on Last Call With Carson Daly.