Wyland ~ SCR ~ Birds for Eyes
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7:00PM Birds for Eyes
Hailing from the Meadowlands of New Jersey, Wyland have made a name for themselves in the live circuit. Conjuring a bit of grit with the indie spirit of acts like Foals and the Arctic Monkeys, the band creates a fresh and unique live experience that sets them apart from their contemporaries.
Their sound reached overseas to Ireland, where the band spent the better half of 2018 recording with producer Philip Magee (Kodaline, Miles Kane, The Academic).
They recently finished an East Coast tour with Universal recording artist Valley, and their last single 'Nowhere Now' amassed over 130,000 streams on Spotify since its release in late 2018. It was also featured on Spotify's Fresh Finds playlist shortly after its release.
The alt-rock group has performed at festivals alongside acts like Mumford and Sons, Alabama Shakes, The Maccabees, The Flaming Lips and many more while receiving praise from outlets such as Ones to Watch, The Line of Best Fit, Clash, Born Music and more.
SCR is an alternative rock band that formed in 2015, which consists of Jack Weppler, Alex Laudani, Matt Carlin, Richie Cluxton and Micah Cowher. Since their formation, the group has reached hundreds of thousands with their pop-rock driving single “Not Quite Done Yet” which went on to being featured in the blockbuster video game NASCAR HEAT 2.
With an arsenal of dynamic singles, SCR began to draw their following with their ambitious and captivating live performances. Performing alongside such talent as Collective Soul, Gavin Degraw, Andy Grammar and Red Wanting Blue just to name a few. In August 2019 the band went on to perform for a sold out crowd in their hometown of New York at the Bowery Ballroom.
SCR is currently hard at work on their new record with their first single off of it soon to be released in the coming fall season of 2019.
Birds for Eyes
Birds For Eyes is a project based out of Washington, DC sounds like Explosions In The Sky meets Bright Eyes. Birds For Eyes has been touring since 2016 developing a fan base on the East Coast. Songwriter Case Graham is currently touring solo supporting her two new singles, "Brother" and "Ten Years".
Washington City Paper says, "emo-meets-classical sound is making waves in the D.C. area."
"The vocalist [Case Graham] sounds like a normal lady like buying an iced coffee with just the right amount of drama" - Hometown Sounds DC
1940 9th St NW
Washington, DC, 20001