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Album Review

Pomegranates create an offbeat, arty brand of indie rock that relies heavily on atmosphere, presentation, and — in the case of this sophomore album, which follows the band's debut by less than one year — a conceptual story arc involving a boy's swim across the ocean and subsequent abduction by a time traveler. An odd premise, perhaps, but Everybody, Come Outside! revels in such a whimsical narrative, which the band supports with an equally quirky blend of pop-minded guitars and androgynous vocals. Pomegranates aren't fantastic musicians; rather, they're solid storytellers with a knack for delivery, adding little flourishes (including squawking seagulls, crashing waves, gang vocals, and a stomp-clap intro) whenever the plot calls for it. Guitarist Isaac Karns does the most impressive work here by adapting his guitar to a variety of contexts, from the 1950s sock-hop ambience of the title track to the echoing riffs of "Corriander." He also assumes lead vocals from time to time, proving a more masculine contrast to frontman Joey Cook's childlike voice, and his baritone range lends a sense of '80s elegance to songs like "Jerusalem Had a Bad Day." The album does have its flaws, particularly the indulgent "I Feel Like I'm a Million Years Old," which spins the same dreamy chord progression for upwards of 11 minutes (nearly a quarter of the record's entire length) with little dynamic change. Pomegranates may need some more time to ripen fully, but Everybody, Come Outside! will still be a treat to some palettes.

Customer Reviews


The pomegrantes are progressive, young, energetic and amazing! At the risk of sounding cheesy, I would say that they are a breath of fresh air. Joey's voice gives me chills! Best album I've heard in a while. *they put on a super sick, hella fun show as well. If they're ever in your town... GO!

Love it!!!!!

I really like these guys!!! I love how fun the music is without being silly. I also love how clean their music is, compaired to most Indie style bands that use alot of language in their music.

Simply Amazing

I just saw these guys play in Minneapolis last night and they rock, hard. Despite a weak showing this was one of the more fun shows I've been too in a while. I purchased all of their discs, including this one, which is solid all the way through. If you have a chance get out and see these guys. They are on tour with Wye Oak right now and are out tour for another month or two. Poms Not Bombs!!!!


Formed: Cincinnati, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Pomegranates hail from Cincinnati, OH, where drummer Jacob Merritt, guitarist Isaac Karns, and vocalist/guitarist Joey Cook launched the pop-based indie rock band in 2006. Taking influence from early Modest Mouse and Wolf Parade, the musicians honed their craft and issued the Two Eyes EP in June 2007. Bassist Josh Kufeldt joined the following year, and Pomegranates released their full-length debut, Everything Is Alive, that May. After sharing stages with the likes of Javelins, Islands, and Headlights,...
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