A gorgeous soul-folk march under a coastal horizon, watch the latest from Atlanta-based trio MYFEVER and try not to wax nostalgic for those vacations of yesteryear.
MyFever pushes all the right buttons on their 2017 EP, Born For Spaces. Lead single “Golden” captures listeners in a suspended state of space with a choir of soaring guitars and massive drums. Follow-up single “Childhood Keepsake, Circa 1991” reveals a more tender, reflective and nostalgic side where there band’s hometown Florida roots shine through on every last note.
Keep up with MYFEVER’s every last move at MYFEVERband.com.
Future Chord Curates Lineup, Partners with Greenville Parks and Recreation on Get Out Greenville 2017
We had a blast teaming up with our hometown yesterday for their annual Get Out Greenville festival to encourage healthy and active lifestyles. The event featured a 5k run and bicycle races, rock wall climbs and paddle-board demonstrations, dog tricks and coneys, and so much more.
When the city contacted us to curate the music lineup with a careful and family-friendly touch, we thought of none other than our local friends and crowd favorites in Brother Oliver, Courteous Monk, and Vilai Harrington.
Check out a shot above, taken by Future Chord’s own Jeremy Theall, of Courteous Monk rocking the outdoor stage.
Nashville's Fox Grin are heading out for a string of shows in the Midwest this autumn with the help of Future Chord.
Lucky fans in Kentucky and Ohio have a chance to see the art rockers up close and personal for the very first time in Lexington (twice!) and Cincinnati.
Visit FoxGrin.com to stay up to date with the Tennessee art rockers.
Count your lucky stars and experience a breathtaking show for the ages.
We’re taking over The Radio Room’s brand new location next week for the very first time -- and we’re bringing back Polymath, MYFEVER, and Anthem for a can’t miss evening of tunes.
RSVP on the Facebook event page and don’t miss this night of uplifting, soulful indie rock jams.
For a second straight year, Future Chord Fest returned to The Spinning Jenny in Upstate, South Carolina -- this time with nearly twice the crowd size as the inaugural year and a sharpened focus on a diverse, hyperlocal lineup built around standout Charlotte indie rock headliners Junior Astronomers.
Memorable performances included the very last show by beloved Greenville college rock revivalists The Francis Vertigo; a collaborative set between Spartanburg indie-emo thumpers The Apartment Club and hip-hop head Ty Graves; and the final 2017 show from Anderson-based outfit Beket.
Carving a name as one of the brightest up-and-coming indie festivals in the Southeast, Future Chord Fest looks to top itself once again in 2018.