In the summertime, it seems like everything slows down a bit in D.C.–except for Prinze George.
A year after releasing their self-titled EP, the band is gearing up to unveil their new album, Illiterate Synth Pop. It’s one of several big things Prinze George has lined up for the summer, in addition to an appearance at the inaugural Panorama Festival this weekend in New York and a major U.S. tour to follow shortly after.
Just weeks after making their Sweetlife Festival debut, the band came out to House Studio in Hyattsville to film a Live at House episode with DCMD. During Prinze George’s performance, we got to hear some of the new songs from Illiterate Synth Pop along with some old favorites like “Victor,” a track that we’re excited to premiere today.
Special thanks to Prinze George, House Studio, and our Live at House sponsors: KIND Snacks and Chuck Levin’s Washington Music Center.
Illiterate Synth Pop, will drop on Aug. 5 via Sounds Expensive.