Oso Oso have signed to Triple Crown Records; release “Reindeer Games” video

Just outside of New York City, Long Island is home to a thriving music scene. Countless prominent acts have called the island home, from Taking Back Sunday to The Movielife, and there’s a constant buzz about who will be Long Island’s next big thing. If you’ve been paying attention to the indie / punk scene over the past year, chances are you’ve heard about Oso Oso (the newest project of Jade Lilitri) and their most recent album The Yunahon Mixtape, which our critic Joel Funk chose as one of his favorite releases from 2017. Thursday, January 25 marked the first date of Oso Oso’s tour with Tiny Moving Parts and Mom Jeans., and what better way to start the tour than by announcing their signing to Triple Crown Records.

Along with the signing comes the announcement that Triple Crown Records will be reissuing The Yunahon Mixtape this year in advance of new music to come soon. For now, Oso Oso have released a music video for “Reindeer Games”, which can be seen at the top of this post. Created by Trash Head Productions, it’s brightly colored and feels lighthearted, but entirely sincere.

Lilitri says of the signing to Triple Crown, “Can you even believe it? As a fan of music, it’s super exciting to be working with a label that not only has a collection of so many releases I love, but is also engaged and working with exciting young bands who are doing it today. As an artist, it’s beyond exciting to have this kind of backing to allow you to grow/explore and just reach a new potential in what Oso Oso can create. I’m generally stoked on all ends.”

Check out a full list of Oso Oso’s upcoming tour dates with Tiny Moving Parts and Mom Jeans. below. Tickets are available on Tiny Moving Parts’ website.  In case you haven’t heard The Yunahon Mixtape, it can be streamed on Spotify at the bottom of this post.

Oso Oso Tour Dates with Tiny Moving Parts and Mom Jeans.:

JAN 25 – St Paul, MN – Amsterdam Hall
JAN 26 – Madison, WI – University of Wisconsin
JAN 27 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
JAN 28 – Detroit, MI – Loving Touch
JAN 30 – Indianapolis, IN – Hoosier Dome
JAN 31 – Newport, KY – The Southgate House Revival
FEB 1 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups
FEB 2 – Cleveland, OH – Mahall’s
FEB 3 – Toronto, ON – Hard Luck
FEB 5 – Pittsburgh, PA – Cattivo
FEB 6 – Richmond, VA – Camel
FEB 7 – Washington, DC – Rock N Roll Hotel
FEB 8 – Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church
FEB 9 – New York, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
FEB 10 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair
FEB 11 – Hamden, CT – Ballroom at the Outer Space
FEB 13 – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
FEB 14 – Orlando, FL – The Abbey
FEB 15 – Margate, FL – O’Malley’s
FEB 16 – Tampa, FL – Crowbar
FEB 17 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
FEB 18 – Nashville, TN – The End
FEB 20 – Dallas, TX – Dirty 30
FEB 21 – Austin, TX – Barracuda
FEB 23 – Phoenix, AZ – Rebel Lounge
FEB 24 – Los Angeles, CA – Hi-Hat
FEB 25 – San Francisco, CA – Bottom Of The Hill
FEB 27 – Portland, OR – Analog Theater
FEB 28 – Seattle, WA – Vera Project
MAR 2 – Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court
MAR 3 – Denver, CO – Marquis Theater
MAR 4 – Kansas City, MO – Bottle Neck