Teenage Cool Kids

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Teenage Cool Kids
Origin Denton, Texas
Genres punk
Indie rock
Years active 2006–2011
Labels Protagonist Music
Associated acts Fergus & Geronimo, Parquet Courts, Wiccans
Website [1]
Members Andrew Savage
Bradley Kerl
Chris Pickering
Daniel Zeigler

Teenage Cool Kids were an indie rock group from Denton, Texas.
The band started in summer 2006 by Andrew Savage, later joined by Daniel Zeigler whom Savage met while attending the University of North Texas in Denton. The band's earlier material, from the self-released demo and "Remember Me as a Silhouette" 7", was lo-fi, poppy and often compared to early '90s indie rock. The band's first full length was Queer Salutations, released in 2007. Shortly after the release of Queer Salutations the band embarked on its first tour. The band is decidedly DIY, keeping all recording, songwriting, booking and visual art within the band.[1] Teenage Cool Kids spent much of 2008 touring the United States and recording their next album.[2] In 2009 the band was issued a cease and desist by Chicago hip-hop duo The Cool Kids over alleged trade mark infringement.[3] The dispute ended with a settlement initiated by the Cool Kids. The dispute delayed the band's second LP release by several months, but in June 2009 Foreign Lands was released by Protagonist Music.




  • Remember Me As a Silhouette, 2007, C&C Music Factory
  • Speaking in Tongues b/w Crucial Talk, 2009, Copper Lung
  • Poison Sermons, 2009, Leroy St. Records

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