A five-piece folk pop group making music outside Philadelphia. More than anything they strive to examine the truth of relationships and emotions through song and story. Their eclectic sound shifts between foot-stomping jolts of energy, to warm, curl-up-by-the-fire slow jams, to--at times--brutally honest tales of loss, change, and renewal, blending harmonies and tight instrumentation.
Caitlyn Deviney and Hudson Marsh began their harmonic duo in the 8th grade as middle school friends brought together through covering songs by electronic alternative artist Owl City. This resulted in a seven-year history of singing in tandem, developing from a duo, into a larger collective, and eventually settling into a compact, sofa-sized five, along with Dan Moser, and brothers Luke and Ben Morris. The group’s friendship expanded into a love of making music they believe in together.
They released their first EP in Summer 2015, which they wrote, recorded, produced, and mixed themselves while all attending the same college. 2016 saw them playing regionally in their home state of Pennsylvania as well as release the single, New England, off their debut album, slated for release in the first half of 2017. Their inspirations include everything from The Oh Hello’s and Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors to the stillness and simplicity of autumn skies.