Today we are joining forces with the great lads of Mind Shrine for the release of their new single “5 Lond Days,” a song that is inspired by their experience in LA last summer when they traveled for the first time out of state as a band to finish songs off of their debut, self-titled EP. After planning to work with an artist who offered to mix their songs and let them crash at his home, the day of their departure the artist ghosted the band without any explanation. They arrived at LAX with no place to stay and thus the song was born. Their woozy, rhythmic guitars create a similar sound to Divino Niño, Inner Wave, and Crumb.
Formed in 2016, Richie Alejandro (Drums/Percussion) and Brian Gonzalez (Guitar/Bass/Backup Vox) met through a mutual friend while playing in a soccer league nearby where they grew up in the same Hispanic neighborhood with eventual member Bradley DeAnda (Guitar/Bass/Backup Vox) in Houston, TX. After moving to Houston from Seattle, Jess Howard (Vox/Percussion) joined the band in 2018. Along the process of recording their first, self-titled EP, Mind Shrine, they began playing opening slots for acts such as HOMESHAKE, Beach Fossils, The Marias, Divino Nino, Inner Wave, and more. Their friendship and love for each other shines through their music inspired by ’60s/’70s Rock with a touch of Pop and a hint of Punk mentality. They all bring a different perspective to the group and come together to form a collective thought.