/// Future Thieves ///
Young musicians come to Nashville to chicken-pick and twang. They come to sing about trucks, girls and girls in trucks.
Not so with Future Thieves. They came to rock.
With major festival dates already behind them, a killer album in their pocket and and the likelihood of even broader acclaim just around the corner, for Future Thieves the horizon line has no limits at all.
/// Hello Luna ///
Hello Luna is an alternative-rock band that blends smooth pop vocals with varying dynamics of indie-rock instrumentation. The concept of Hello Luna began when Kenzie Coyne (lead vocals/rhythm guitar) was recording demos and was introduced to session-drummer Michael Neumaier. After several months of preparation, Kenzie decided to make the move from solo-artist to a full band. This is when the band found Diego Villasmil (bass). Each member has been musically involved in separate projects over the last 10 years, but it was all solidified as of January 2016. The band’s first release “Stitching Holes” was a demo with the pure intention of introducing the sonic concept of the band, but it received a great reception by being played on radio station CD1025 along with write ups from the Columbus Dispatch and online blog site TunedUp. On March 11th, 2017 they played to a sold out crowd at The Basement (a PromoWest Productions venue) celebrating the physical release of their first EP called «Ghost Of You» in which contains the band's first radio single called «Sound and Sorrow».
/// Talk Mouth ///
What started as a solo project by Aaron Disney, around 5 years ago, quickly developed into a full band in late 2016 after coming together to play a couple of gigs. Now, with their first full length, DIY album, released just 6 months after forming, Talk Mouth is making waves with their unique sound and thought-provoking lyrics. The driving bass lines and vocal melodies are sure to leave you 6 inches off the floor. Listen to the album here: open.spotify.com/album/3zAUiL1kJUmegxu16CCXX4