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Atlanta supergroup "Indianapolis Jones" prepares for release of their debut CD

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Psychedelic pop supergroup Indianapolis Jones is a musical mirror. Having flown with the high-flying birds and swam with the jellyfish, they let go of their obsession with y-o-u and summoned the courage to journey from their privileged limozeens and yachts into the salty waters of analogue synthesizers, guitar echo and self-reflection. There they uncovered ancient lyrics of life and loss and what comes after written in the stars, secret codes they deciphered in the second shift of the constellations.

Indianapolis Jones celebrates the release of their self-titled debut EP at the Goat Farm on May 2 with special guest Yip Deceiver.

Indianapolis Jones is Tim Smith (Jellyfish, Noel Gallagher and the High-Flying Birds, Umajets, The Producers), Nicholas Niespodziani (Y-O-U, Limozeen, Yacht Rock Revue, Please PleaseRock Me), and Jason Nackers (Second Shift, Constellations).

Joining them for the May 2 show will be Mark Cobb (Y-O-U, Limozeen, Yacht Rock Revue, Please PleaseRock Me), Adam Hoffman (Shadowboxers) and Matt Lipkins (Shadowboxers).

For more information, visit the band on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/IndianapolisJonesMusic

About the Goat Farm:

The Goat Farm Arts Center is a hybrid project that assembles art, performance, science, design, and technology entities in developments that simultaneously operate as centers for contemporary art and performance. The center is housed in a 19th-century complex of industrial buildings and contains the studio space for over 450 artists, performers, designers, researchers, creative entities and small tech start-ups. The Goat Farm hosts classical and contemporary music concerts, traditional and experimental theatrical performances, film screenings, contemporary dance performances, art exhibitions, workshops, seminars and panel discussions. It is also home to resident performance companies gloATL, Saiah, The Collective Project and Theatre du Reve. The Center houses two Artist-in-Residence programs through affiliate organizations, The Creatives Project and Mint Gallery.

The Goat Farm is located at Foster St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318