Wed, Feb 7
Doors: 7:30 pm | Show: 8:00 pm
Tickets: $20 ADV - $25 DOOR
Ages 18 and Up
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Blending rock, pop, r&b, and hip-hop, Juice embraced the diversity of their signature
sound early on. The band - Ben Stevens, Christian Rose, Kamau Burton, Daniel Moss,
Rami El-Abidin, and Miles Clyatt - formed in Boston while attending college.

After graduating, the band recorded and released their first professional EP, 2018’s
Workin' on Lovin'. With new music and two old minivans, the band hit the road for an
almost non-stop year and a half of national touring. These collective experiences
inspired 2019's you are simply magnificent.

Juice was set for an exciting 2020. With a new trio of singles - DiCaprio (Love Me All the
Time), Konoha, and Make Pretend - the band was set to embark on their largest
headline tour to date. The band's 2020 tour was, of course, canceled.
After spending three months apart (the longest the band had ever been separated since
college) the boys were grateful to reunite and start creating something special. The
mandatory respite from touring allowed for the band to embrace writing a longer project:
Boy Story.
The project was preceded by three singles - Superimposed, Girlfriend Song, and Do
You Really Feel? - which garnered press attention from Billboard, Ones to Watch, Line
of Best Fit and more. Fall touring culminated in the release of Boy Story in December
2021, along with 2 sold out hometown shows in Boston and New York.

Upon releasing their debut album House on Fire in 2019, Hembree quickly started to make a name for themselves in the indie rock world. Garnering the attention of NPR, Rolling Stone, Billboard and landing songs in Netflix shows and Apple commercials, the band developed a reputation for their own brand of infectious and danceable rock. They toured extensively until hunkering down to make their sophomore record It's a Dream!, which was released in 2022. The record received high praise from tastemakers like Line Of Best Fit as an incredibly ambitious and creative album that pushed the band's previous boundaries.

Originally from Kansas City, the now Los Angeles based outfit doesn't stray away from drawing influence from both homes. It's a pairing that helps Hembree create their own eclectic version of rock and roll. Their unique sound is nostalgic and modern all at once and it has landed them on festival stages all over the country and bills with indie rock legends, Phoenix to rock n' roll icon, Elvis Costello. The band is currently touring and releasing new music. Their new single "Monday Morning" is out now, and lead singer Isaac Flynn has promised a new record in early 2024