Glory Days presents!
Royal Teeth, The Catching, FLIPTURN
Tue, September 18, 2018
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pmHigh Dive
$9.00 - $14.00
• 18 or over, unless accompanied by parent/guardian.
• NO SMOKING inside the venue.
• Smoking allowed outside in the Beer Garden!
• $3 under 21 fee charged at the door
The members of Vinyl Theatre know firsthand that music has the power to bring people together because it happened to them. Music is how they met, it's what they bonded over, and it's what has transformed their lives. Since officially forming in 2012, the Milwaukee based quartet has gone from being college students who revered bands like The Killers,Two Door Cinema Club, The Shins, and Death Cab For Cutie to coming into their own as artists themselves, building an impressive following for their buoyant synth-based alternative-pop sound.
Venerated indie label Fueled By Ramen (fun., Young The Giant, Paramore), recently signed them and released their eight-song debut "Electrogram" available Now on iTunes.
Royal Teeth is: Gary Larsen (vocals/guitar), Nora Patterson (vocals), Josh Hefner (drums), and Thomas Onebane (guitar)
The members of The Catching met at a young age while performing together in local New Jersey music programs. Quickly realizing they shared amazing chemistry, and a common vision, this group of talented musicians began collaborating on writing original music. Ultimately, The Catching was formed in 2014.
The Catching released their first EP, "Teenage Fiction Part 1," in 2016 and toured extensively throughout the US, gaining a national fan base along the way. They have recently been in the studio writing and recording with Matt Squire, a world-renowned songwriter and producer, who has produced albums by Panic! At The Disco and All Time Low while also writing and producing top 40 hits for One Direction, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, and Selena Gomez. This powerful collaboration resulted in a new wave of songs that showcase The Catching’s sonic diversity.
Already garnering praise in the press, MTV.com called The Catching one of the "9 Boy Bands that can fill the void of One Direction's Indefinite Hiatus" and Kings of A&R cheered "I was hooked after the first listen."