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DAVE’S MANUAL EP RELEASE SHOW W/ OF THE ORCHARD, AND INLAND COASTAL
November 12 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Dave’s Manual “All a Dream” EP release show w/ Of The Orchard, and Inland Coastal
Advanced $10 / Door $15
Dave’s Manual is the feel good rock band brainchild of Twin Cities musician Dan Colburn, otherwise known by his stage name, Dano Romantic. The band’s debut EP, “All a Dream” will be available to stream on all services October 29th, 2021.
l INLAND COASTAL is a genre-blending alt-rock band based in the Twin Cities that seeks to create an accessible environment to explore the diverse landscape of guitar-based music while channeling emotionally-driven vocal themes & performances. Harrison Black (guitar, bass, vocals) and Grant Wilkins (guitar, bass, vocals) began as an acoustic duo in 2015, but quickly realized the duo format was not conducive for many live settings. Shortly thereafter, Matthew Lawton (bass) & Stevie Frisbie (drums) joined Black & Wilkins in the winter of 2016. In late summer of 2016, Lawton announced plans to travel abroad for work. Shortly thereafter, the band met Adam Peters (guitar, bass, vocals) at a basement show. Peters opened the show with a solo acoustic set and agreed to take over the role of bass, later taking on guitar and vocals. In the fall of 2018, Inland Coastal recorded its first release, an EP titled Find My Way, at Uptown Sound with the help of Rob Genadek and Thomas Buchanan. In the summer of 2020, Inland Coastal sought out Evan Middlesworth (LASKA, Humbird) to record a full-length release at his rustic studio barn Pine Hollow in Eau Claire. Black, Peters & Wilkins each wrote 4 songs for the project, drawing upon their respective influences ranging from Americana to Emotive Hardcore. Inland Coastal released the first single of its self-titled record, Like a Ghost, on November 13th, 2020, with the rest of the record slated to drop by the end of the year.
Of The Orchard
Of The Orchards debut album, Well Be Okay Tomorrow, comes aptly titled in a year unlike any other. With a tinge of millennial angst, the album tells stories familiar to anyone whos ever been a twenty-something: finding purpose, coming to terms with identities youve outgrown, and falling in and out of love. ‘We’ll Be Okay Tomorrow,’ along with the band’s recent single, ‘Pogu,’ have both been included on the 2022 GRAMMY Ballot and are in consideration for Best Rock Album and Best Rock Single respectively. Well Be Okay Tomorrow sounds like 90s and early 2000s rock (Third Eye Blind, Fall Out Boy, Jimmy Eat World, Semisonic, and Matchbox Twenty) paired with narrative, sentimental lyrics (Dawes, John Mayer, Ruston Kelly). This combination means listeners get thoughtful lyricism supported with upbeat, hook-driven rock.
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