Surfer Blood

Alternative rock band

Band

John Paul Pitts – Lead Vocals, Guitar
Mikey McCleary – Guitar, Vocals
Kevin Williams – Bass, Vocals
Tyler Schwarz – Drums, Vocals

Surfer Blood on KCRW

Surfer Blood's latest album marks a return to the band's DIY ethos. We welcome them to our basement for a live session with guest host Anne Litt.

Surfer Blood

Surfer Blood's latest album marks a return to the band's DIY ethos. We welcome them to our basement for a live session with guest host Anne Litt.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

From SXSW, Florida natives Surfer Blood make their Morning Becomes Eclectic debut in anticipation of their second full-length release.

Surfer Blood

From SXSW, Florida natives Surfer Blood make their Morning Becomes Eclectic debut in anticipation of their second full-length release.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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