Lansing, Michigan trio Cheap Women’ high-energy, nostalgic pop-meets-punk audio lands somewhere within the Substitutes and Superchunk. Made up of vocalist/bassist/acoustic guitarist Ian Graham, his drummer/percussionist sibling Ben Graham and guitarist Adam Aymor, the music group shaped in 2007 with the aim of playing back-to-basics rock and roll. Their first recording, the self-released Discover Me a glass or two Home, arrived the next year. A occupied touring schedule adopted, making method for sophomore record My Roaring 20s, released in writing + Plastick, which also reissued Discover Me a glass or two Home. This year 2010, Cheap Women used Against Me! for the very first time, a gathering which grew right into a U.S. tour collectively the following yr, and securing Tom Gabel to create their following record at his fresh studio. The effect was Large Orange, a assortment of road-tested tracks showcasing the band’s large hooks and cohesiveness, which came on Rise in Feb 2012.