Hideaway, Fiscal Cliff, Nobody's Sheriff

The Tri-State area and far beyond will soon get a jolt from an upcoming, infectious, and energetic band from Central Jersey.

Hideaway has released its debut single, “Nothin’ on Me,” a song that showcases the powerful voice of singer Bree Rose propelled by irresistible guitar hooks and a body-moving groove. The video for “Nothin’ on Me” is a musical masterpiece directed by award-winning Rock Davis of Itchy House Films whose client list includes Atlantic Records, Universal Music Group, Def Jam Recordings, and Bad Boy Entertainment among numerous other industry heavyweights.

According to Bree, “Nothin’ on Me” is more than just a great song; it is an emblem for the identity of the band itself: “After that song was written, it was easy deciding on our name. Hideaway represents everything we believe our music to be: not only an escape but a safe haven. We had a blast writing and recording ‘Nothin’ On Me,’ which encourages those who are lost to stand up for what they love and believe in despite their self-doubt."

There is much more to the band than their impressive sound; fans will be able to connect to a greater substance through underlying themes of positivity found in the group’s songs, a crucial element that Bree Rose maintains.

Part of that substance no doubt stems from Bree’s relationship with twin brother Nick Iafelice (guitar). The two also share a long-time bond with Mike Moraes (drums) and Eric Drylewicz (bass and backup vocals), all of whom are Jersey-born and raised. “We all love groovy funk-pop, and we’re all great friends who share a serious love of music,” says Rose.

As part of that history, members of Hideaway have previously enjoyed airplay not only on Top 40 radio but also on MTV, VH1, and Much Music and shared the stage with We The Kings, Hot Chelle Rae, Big Time Rush, Jacob Whitesides, Jake Miller, and The Ready Set. They have also appeared on WRAT Radio (95.9), Ramapo College Radio (WRPF), Montclair University Radio (WMSC), and Z-100’s Hometown Hero Competition.

Fiscal Cliff emerged in the New Jersey scene in late 2012, when veteran bandmates Micah Prussack and Luis Garrido jointly decided that there was more to the world than what was in their horizons, and decided music was there best chance to explore beyond these horizons. Enlisting fellow pals Manny Ray and Carlos Bustillo, the goals were set and the quest was on.

Since then Fiscal Cliff has become a force to be reckoned with in DIY scenes of Brooklyn, Jersey City, and New Brunswick, invoking the sonic influences of indie rockers Dr. Dog and Father John Misty, along with masters of melody Ben Howard, My Morning Jacket, and The Growlers.

Many venues have experienced the rhythmic basslines, idiosyncratic "guitarmonies" whose synergy brings audiences to standstill sways or euphoric chaos, coinciding with heavy drum grooves and densely orchestrated melodies. Some of these venues include Sullivan Hall, Muchmore’s, Porta, Northern Soul, Dingbatz, The Saint, and many DIY spots in New Brunswick and Brooklyn spaces.

Nobody's Sheriff

Alternative Rock from Hoboken, NJ

Nobody's Sheriff is:
James Farley (Drums)
Will Richardson (Lead Guitar)
Tess Pederson (Vocals)
TJ Pederson (Vocals / Guitar)
Nick Forster (Bass Guitar)

$8.00

Tickets

Tickets will be available at the door for $10 if space permits, however, advanced purchase is always recommended.

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