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15 Mar
Dearly – I Don’t Want To Go

Here’s another under-rated treasure of a single. “Only Between” b/w “I Don’t Want To Go” from the Minneapolis band Dearly. It was released in 1994 on Grimsey Records and produced by Bomb Pop’s Bryan Hanna (which partly explains why it’s so damn good). The band consisted of Aaron Lundholm (vocalist and bassist for The Hang Ups), Marcel Galang (recorded with The Hang Ups), Matt Gerzema (guitarist for The Autumn Leaves & part-time Legendary Jim Ruiz Group) and David Jarosz (who I assume was the drummer?). “I Don’t Want To Go” is my favorite of the two tracks and you can hear it below. Dearly also had a split 7″ with The Castaway Stones on Brittle Stars Recordings. Was there anything else released?

Listen to Dearly – I Don’t Want To Go


  1. […] Dearly post got me thinking more about Bryan Hanna and how “Girl Daredevil” by the Bomb Pops […]

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  2. their song on that split with castaway stones was a beautiful one!

    Comment by matthew — 7 Apr @ 9:14 am

  3. The artwork reminds me of an Air Miami-era Teenbeat Records release.

    Comment by Yedna — 8 Apr @ 2:06 pm

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