Returning to their hometown of Panama City, indie pop outfit MYFEVER has been announced on the lineup for this year's SandJam Music Festival.
They'll be joined by some heavy-hitting legends — like Incubus, Citizen Cope, Kaleo, Capital Cities, and more. Grab your tickets and sunscreen now, and catch some waves with us in late April!
Fresh off the heels of their new album Pucker, South Carolina indie college rockers Daddy's Beemer are celebrating with a tour across the East Coast presented by Future Chord.
The Pucker Up 2018 Tour covers some major ground in several new states for the band — like Tennessee, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Maryland.
Discover all the dates above and click through below to experience the new album in full effect!
South Carolina quartet The Apartment Club is the newest addition to the Future Chord family. Their signature angsty and emotional indie rock builds upon genre predecessors like Manchester Orchestra, Jimmy Eat World, and Pinegrove while leaving the impression of a band charting new waters.
Coming off the heels of their self-titled debut EP released this January, The Apartment Club is hitting the ground running in 2018 and coming to a city near you.
Join them at an upcoming show and stay tuned for more exciting news in the days ahead.
3.13 - Charlotte, NC (Snug Harbor)
3.16 - Greenville, SC (The Radio Room)
3.17 - Nashville, TN (Rocketown)
4.13 - Greer, SC (The Spinning Jenny)
4.14 - Charleston, SC (Tin Roof)
4.27 - Raleigh, NC (Slim's)
4.28 - Greenville, SC (The Radio Room)
Buckle up for the Snakes and Ladders Tour presented by Future Chord, a month-long road trip with South Carolina folk rockers Brother Oliver this March as they make their way to Austin, Texas.
They'll be marking new territory in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Texas — and returning to favorite spots in Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina.
Click through below to find all dates and be sure to revisit Brother Oliver's new self-titled album on Spotify — an ageless psych-folk journey marked by wondrous electric mandolin tones and haunting vocal melodies.
Recorded and self-produced in the band’s Appalachian studio, the album was mastered by the respected John Baldwin (Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, The White Stripes) and recently featured in Huffington Post, Impose Magazine, Treble, and more.