The group, who describe their sound as “Fleetwood Mac with beats,” are a rising voice for social change in the music community, having flown to Standing Rock, North Dakota to support DAPL protests, and released music videos focusing on bullying of LGBTQ youth (“Loose”), support for veterans (“When The Smoke Clears”), immigration reform (“Emilia”).
“We love everyone’s vibes in the Pacific Northwest and their enthusiasm for live music,” says the group’s Gabrielle Wortman about the band’s upcoming Seattle show with ARMORS and Patternist. “We’re super excited for this tour since we’ll be bringing a full set of brand new music. We’re also experimenting with innovative ways to make our show mixed media… like blending a full light show with fashion.”
Tickets are still available.