Stopping by The Patch in Brooklyn -- one of two houses established by SOUR PATCH KIDS to support touring artists -- Bisnow, Zambricki, and multi-instrumentalist Brian Zahgi discussed how for Magic Giant, three is more company than crowd.
“We kind of butt heads on a lot of ideas musically, which helps us,” says Zaghi. “Because if I didn’t butt heads with [Zambricki], it would be too indie and too raw and grunge-y. If I didn’t butt heads with [Bisnow], it wouldn’t be acoustic enough.”
“We always land on a unanimous decision. With three of us there can’t be a tie,” says Bisnow.
At The Patch, the band members played an acoustic version of “Let It Burn,” a track off their eponymous debut EP with the perfect techno-hippie line, “If you keep dancing / A rough road is smoothed out.” New single “Set On Fire” has logged nearly two million plays, and hit No. 4 on the Spotify Viral 50.
The band will soon be touring the U.S. on a studio-equipped bus, “adventuring and recording,” says Zambricki. “We want part of the recording to capture the essence of writing on the road, and have that spirit.” Catch the band on the following dates:
May 28: Lightning in a Bottle Festival, Bradley, CA
June 10: Hanuman Festival, Boulder, CO
June 11: Hanuman Festival, Boulder, CO
June 16-19: Wanderlust Festival, Stratton, VT
June 22: The Garrison, Toronto, Canada
June 24: Schubas Tavern, Chicago, IL
June 25: Electric Forest Festival, Rothbury, MI
June 30-July 3: Wanderlust Festival, Snowmass Village, CO
July 9: Chinook Fest, Snoqualmie Pass, WA
July 14-17: Wanderlust Festival, Olympic Valley, CA