Chameleon Club Presents...
Cheers Elephant, Juston Stens & The Get Real Gang, Seeds, Stonewall Vessels
223 North Water Street
Lancaster, PA, 17603
The Districts are a band that exists in the moment. Described by close friends and girlfriends as a well oiled machine, filthily cult like, and also "normal dudes."
The Philadelphia four-piece channels its long-forged bonds into visceral, explosive genre blurring music. Informed equally by arrangements and dynamics, and a focus on lyrics, they take inspiration from a broad range of sounds and places. They are constantly evolving and hard to pin down.
From their self released LP "Telephone," to their 2015 label debut LP "A Flourish and a Spoil," The Districts keep at work touring and recording. Formed in 2009, they have been going strong for quite a while now. An anonymous insider report claims they have recorded a new album and it is more realized and in your face than ever before. Be on the lookout.
Dubbed, “Chew it up, Spit it out, Rock and Roll”, Cheers Elephant is a tight, rootsy,
psychedelic poprock quartet from Philadelphia, PA… now located in SoCal. Digging deep
into three part harmonies and pop song arrangements, Cheers has a sound that’ll make
your dad’s toe tap, your mom’s hip shake, and your sister’s heart throb.
In 2012 Cheers Elephant released their 3rd album Like Wind Blows Fire, which was the
most successful record to date. Their track ‘Leaves’ hit #4 on Hype Machine and featured
on We Are Hunted, NPR, Ex.FM, Good Music All Day, and Spotify. Cheers has shared the
stage with acts like Mayer Hawthorne, Rubblebucket, The Go! Team, The Walkmen,
Darwin Deez, Jefferson Starship, The Mother Hips, and more. So, why not take a sip of
Cheers Elephant? The buzz is good.
“Sound City Players did 3-plus hours, but my favorite SXSW set came from Philly’s Cheers
Elephant: great, hooky indie-pop.”
- Eric Danton, Rolling Stone / WSJ Music
“Dubbing themselves as the dudes with the best indie rock haircuts, [Cheers
Elephant] blend playful humor, energy, and some really great three-part harmonies.”
“Their harmonies are reminiscent of The Beatles and they carry a lighthearted energy
similar to the goofy They Might Be Giants, a combination that makes them easy to love
and hard to ignore.”
- USA Today
Juston Stens & The Get Real Gang
"Juston Stens is no stranger to a great melody, having learned guitar at the age of 7, and logged several years as drummer for Dr. Dog before forming his own group in 2010. As front man of The Get Real Gang, Stens crafts fun, high-energy rockers exploding with vintage charm. The band's forthcoming record, Share the Road, was recorded Summer and Fall 2011 during an epic, 4-month motorcycle journey across America, and will be released alongside a documentary film detailing Stens' travels." - Philly.Com