The Happy Fits, Backseat Vinyl, The Solarists

The Happy Fits

Fencing champion Ross Monteith and orchestra nerd Calvin Langman didn't exactly get along in high school. However, a chance conversation about the success of Youtube cover bands brought the two together to pave a road to quick fortune. Their mix of rocking guitars and electric cello created a unique dynamic, blending their love of rock artists like The Black Keys and folk bands like The Violent Femmes. Working on covers grew tiresome, and an emotional break-up soon inspired them to write their first song together. The resulting music produced a youthful and chaotic frenzy of catchy melodies and raw instrumentals. When the band recruited professional gamer Luke Davis to join the band on drums, The Happy Fits were born.

Their Debut EP "Awfully Apeelin'" Was released in the august of 2016 and their single, While You Fade Away, Debuted at #5 on Spotify's Top 50 Viral USA Chart and #17 on Spotify's Top 50 Viral Global Chart.

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The Solarists

With hits like “Dream Girl” and “Young Blood”, Provo native rock quartet The Solarists have developed a sound and fan base much bigger than their local indie britches. In 2015, childhood friends Clint Purser (bass/sax/lead vocals), Nate Wall (lead guitar/vocals) and Justin Dunkley (drums) took on the Utah music scene, adding Kaua Sprout (rhythm guitar/vocals) months later. The Solarists woke up their sleepy college town with a healthy mix of aggressive alt-rock, catchy pop melodies and bright, indie precision. These alleged Free Masons have toured throughout the rockies and the western states, spreading their notoriety and giving crowds an undeniably fun time. After the success of their debut EP “Strange Love” in 2016, the band anticipates a new album in late 2018.

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