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Two Cow Garage was formed in the fall of 2001 by guit. .Suburban Home brought out another Two Cow Garage album, Sweet Saint Me, in 2010. The following year, Cody Smith and Andy Schell departed the band, and David Murphy signed on as the group's new drummer. After launching a successful crowd-funding campaign, the band released The Death of the Self Preservation Society through Last Chance Records in 2013. In 2015, Two Cow Garage became a quartet again when Todd Farrell, Jr. became their new guitarist. The following year, the band returned with another new project, 2016's Brand New Flag.
Brand New Flag comes on the heels of the band’s acclaimed 2014 release, The Death of the Self-Preservation Society, and seeks to further elaborate the band’s ever-broadening stylistic and songwriting methodologies. Powered by tight grooves and melodic arrangements, Brand New Flag works to firmly embed listeners in the heart of the Two Cow Garage universe; the record offers personal insights ripe with reflection on contemporary issues, as well as existential considerations that showcase the lyrical prowess of the band’s two songwriters, Micah Schnabel and Shane Sweeney
Two Cow Garage is a band from Columbus, Ohio. Columbus, Ohio . A third album, III, was released in 2007 and followed by Speaking In Cursive in September 2008. Harigle left the band on tour in 2007; drummer Cody Smith and keyboard player Andy Schell joined for Speaking In Cursive, which was released on the Colorado-based Suburban Home Records label.