Poor But Sexy - Let's Move In Together R & B and Soul
Lead singer David Brown's exuberant Usher-esque vocals and insane nonstop dancing (a visually compelling hybrid of James Brown and Jarvis Cocker), as well as the band's elastic, neo-soul grooves, have been earning DC's Poor But Sexy some great word of mouth. PBS's debut album, Let's Move In Together, drops today and is a mercilessly brilliant funky soul dance party. It's shameless fun, with a post-punk twist.
(Some members of the band used to be better known for playing in the Dismemberment plan — lead guitarist Jason Caddell — or Beauty Pill — backing singer Jean Cook — but they, like we, need to adjust to the new reality.)
Like A Hunger
Hotter Than a Poptart
Cut That Hair
Let's Move in Together