Sweet Peach, Weatherworn, Courage Mother
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“listening to vermont is akin to watching the first sparks of a fire catch kindling, and feeling the warmth of the flames saturate the air around you.
their sound buzzes, like a mix you’d play off your stereo that pulls back nostalgia of late rainy nights spent driving around your hometown.
vermont isn’t exactly anything-- not exactly from vermont or ohio as their name or social media handles might suggest, not exactly emo, and just… not exactly like anything you’ve heard before. there’s a chaotic charge in the punk-esque lyric delivery that’s layered between twinkling riffs backed by a brightly toned bass, and when it’s all tangled together with glimmering harmonies and blood-pumping drums, it makes their records some special kind of refreshing.” Olivia Keasling
An homage to days long gone and those that have yet to come. Now delivering sonic morsels right to your door, with a full daily serving of vitamin Sad.
Sweet Peach is Yvette Meyers, Ben Ardrey, Garret Nuttle and Tommy Summerville. We sing and yell songs about hating yourself and insecurity, lost love and broken promises, and what the letters of the alphabet are.
"Drawing musical influences from alternative and punk icons Saves The Day, The Get-Up Kids, The Menzingers, and Weezer, Northern Virginia’s Weatherworn makes rousing rock and roll music that would fit in perfectly on both Vagrant Records artist compilations from the early-00s and any individual “mixtape” soundtrack. Weatherworn started out as a solo acoustic act called Prior Engagements in 2016, and morphed into a loud, boisterous three-piece rock band with a one-word name in late-2018. The band’s singer and guitarist frontman, Joey Lins, writes sharp lyrics and catchy melodies that showcase the struggles of many twenty-something adults across the globe; these struggles end up becoming extremely relatable quarter life crisis’ of sorts for himself and his peers. Lins eloquently and personally introduces the listener to such important topics and the modern societal pressures that come with adulthood in the 21st century with vigor. He also addresses a topic that is happily becoming less taboo to discuss now than it was years ago: depression. However, Weatherworn’s music is FAR from depressing, and each tune gives its listeners an uplifting kick in the posterior. Substantive and real music has the power to save lives, and Weatherworn is certainly living proof of said fact. Weatherworn truly pays it forward to the world with each word and note.
emo/post punk band from virginian suburbs
1940 9th St NW
Washington, DC, 20001