So Cow
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So Cow
So Cow
OriginTuam, Ireland
LabelsGoner Records, Tic Tac Totally, Rusted Rail, Jigsaw Records, Tall Pat Records, Lost Sounds Tapes

So Cow is an Irish band. It was started as the recording project of Brian Kelly in 2005 in Seoul, South Korea.[1] The group evolved into a three piece band with Jonny White on bass and Peter O'Shea on drums for 2014's The Long Con, released on Goner Records, as well as 2012's Out Of Season split album with Squarehead.

The band appeared at Primavera Sound,[2]SXSW[3] & Castlepalooza.[4] Their sound has been described by Pitchfork as "Like Television Personalities or The Clean at their most engaging, Kelly plays rickety guitar-pop that sounds homemade without feeling insular."[5] The group received media attention in 2009 in South Korea after naming a song after the popular South Korean actress and model Moon Geun-young.[6]



  • These Truly Are End Times (2007) Self Released CD
  • I'm Siding With My Captors (2008) Self Released CD
  • Meaningless Friendly (2010) Tic Tac Totally
  • The Long Con (2014) Goner Records.
  • Lisa Marie Airplane Tour (2016) Jigsaw Records / Tall Pat Records / Lost Sounds Tapes

Singles, EP's & Splits

  • Best Vacation Ever! EP (2006) Rusted Rail
  • Moon Geun Young 7" (2007) Almost Ready Records
  • Commuting 7" (2008) Going Underground Records
  • Ain't No Fun 7" (2010) Tic Tac Totally
  • GMT EP (2011) Ride The Snake Records
  • Out Of Season (2012) Inflated Records - Split album with Squarehead
  • Visa Waiver 7" (2013) Boston Pizza Records - Split single with Image Makers



  1. ^ "Interview: So Cow - Photo | Red Bull Music". Retrieved .
  2. ^ " - So Cow brings the 'ping pong rock' to Kelly's". Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Five Questions: Vocalist Brian Kelley of Irish Lo-Fi Band, So Cow | Riverfront Times". Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Castlepalooza 2009". Retrieved .
  5. ^ "So Cow: So Cow | Album Reviews | Pitchfork". Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Moon Geun Young used as song title by Irish singer |". Retrieved .

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