New Tampa Bay rock trio Trust Bucket releases ‘Uh Oh’ LP at Mojo Books this Friday

Fans of Plumtree, Pogoh and Girlpool take note.

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Newly-formed girl trio Trust Bucket has only played a handful of shows—it’s first one was at The Bunker in Ybor just a few weeks ago—but it just dropped its first LP, Uh Oh, a few days ago to the surprise and delight of Tampa Bay underground indie lovers. The trio celebrates the new release alongside friends Charles Irwin (a band quite familiar with packed shows at this record store-turned venue) as well as fast-paced indie-rock outfit Janitor Park.

Although Trust Bucket is a new band, all three members continuously switch between instruments throughout its set—which is both impressive and entertaining.

Trust Bucket LP Release w/Janitor Park/Charles Irwin/Poems By Men. Fri. Feb. 28, 8 p.m. Donations accepted. Mojo Books & Records, Tampa.

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