Hey Violet’s sound is almost as if Katy Perry and Paramore had a love child.
The best explanation about who they are and what they play is that they’re everything all at once.
Their name still shines bright in the punk scene, alongside The Clash and The Sex Pistols.
Halestorm’s Lizzy Hale called Dorothy the “future of rock.”
The band was known more for their hard-rocking sound than what they looked like in spandex.
Their voices are still the same, but it feels like they all read books that blew their minds.
This Danish group dabbles in just about anything they can get their hands on.
Heavy, melodic, and creative, they are the crème de la crème of the local hard rock scene.
The band has a knack for combining ambitious production, layering sounds, and melding moods.
It only makes sense The Shelters are opening for Band of Horses, as both bands have very similar laidback, groovy vibes.