Magnificently named alternative quartet Grandpa Loves Rhinos have released new single “What We Used To Do” via Indie Vision Music. The track is taken from the band’s as-of-yet untitled EP, set to drop later this year.
Grandpa Loves Rhinos spoke exclusively to New Noise about the new single.
Hailing from Idaho, Grandpa Loves Rhinos is led by brothers Paul and Seth Hyde. Unlike the usual musical family projectz, the brothers are geographically separated due to their honourable service in the United States Air Force. Paul, a satellite controller, and Seth, a fighter pilot write, record and share music online.
The band’s new single “What We Used To Do” is a mixture of compelling alternative-punk with tongue-in-cheek humor. The nostalgia tune looks back on the sorrowful times of could-haves with a lighthearted tone and infectious delivery.
Grandpa Loves Rhinos next release is scheduled for this summer, with the Idaho rockers recent singing to Indie Vision Music giving the emerging rockers the excellent platform to break new ground this year.
In the meantime “What We Used To Do” is the perfect precursor for what is to come this year from Grandpa Loves Rhinos.