In 2013, Josh Grier, frontman for Minneapolis indie rockers Tapes 'n Tapes, announced that the group would be taking a hiatus and he would be concentrating on his solo project, Ginkgo. The material for his first LP was formed from songs he wrote in between tours, starting in the summer of 2011. When the songs were near completion, Grier brought in Jeremy Hanson of TnT to add drums and percussion to what would become 2013's Manopause. After the release of the album, Jeremy's brother Jake Hanson, Rob Skoro, and Adam Switlick of Communist Daughter were brought into the fold for the live show. ~ Jason Lymangrover
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