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Come sing your American Heart out to the anthemic rhythms of Piebald. A staple of the posthardcore/indie/emo scene since 1994, Piebald continues to bring fun and energy to stages across America. With limited tour dates, you don’t want to miss the chance to see them live when they come to town. Counterparts to bands like Jimmy Eat World, Dashboard Confessional, Saves the Day, and New Found Glory, these four fellas hailing from Boston are sure to rock your socks off, so maybe don’t bring ‘em! #YourePartofIt
THE SPLIT COILS
The Split Coils are a Valley band. From the literal banks of Connecticut’s mighty Housatonic, they play down-to-earth, melodic power pop informed by songwriter/guitarist Jay Russell’s time in bands like Hot Rod Circuit and Diamond J and the Rough. His wife Katelyn Kazukynas Russell adds sweet harmonies and rhythm, making it a family affair. It’s guitar-driven rock, with some classic rock influences, some ‘90s indie vibes, and some entirely new sounds. The band’s debut EP Earth and Dust came out in 2019—and a full album is currently in the works.
Connecticut's American Thrills make rustic, anthemic heartland punk in the spirit of bands like The Gaslight Anthem and The Menzingers. While the band was formed in 2020, The guys have been playing together in various projects since the early 2000's. The long term chemistry allows for prolific songwriting and the band has released 2 EP's within their first 6 months of existence. The recently-released Old Things EP was made with help from two other great Connecticut musicians: The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die's Chris Teti produced it, and Hot Rod Circuit frontman Andy Jackson sings the bridge on closing track "Wandering." Make sure to catch them this fall at Fest 19 and be on the lookout for their debut LP which is scheduled for a 2022 release.