Sure Sure is an experimental pop band from Los Angeles, California. The highly collaborative group, composed of Chris Beachy (keyboardist, singer), Charlie Glick (guitarist, singer), Kevin Farzad (drums, percussion) and Michael Coleman (producer), has been releasing music since 2014. Perched on a hill in Highland Park, they’ve converted their house into a studio – a myriad of instruments positioned throughout the first floor, with cables snaking up the walls to the recording console upstairs. Sure Sure’s recordings and infectious live show have quickly solidified them as one of the most exciting up and coming bands in LA. Their sound is characterized by a glowing warmth, ear-worm melodies, and driving rhythms, like if the Talking Heads, Tame Impala and Steely Dan raised their love child together under the California sun. Ever since their 2016 single "New Biome" caught fire on Spotify, the band has been garnering a rapidly expanding audience. In the summer of 2017 they began a new release cycle, putting out the heartbreak-pop tune "Friends," dance-tastic “Hands Up Head Down” and others, reaching #1 on the Hype Machine charts and gaining praise from Grizzly Bear, Rostam of Vampire Weekend and other staples in the indie music community. In January 2018, Sure Sure will be embarking on their first national tour of the US, in support of Hippo Campus. You can call the boys at (323)739-0630 if you have any questions, comments, or just want to say hi.
Goodnight Freeman was started by brothers Chad Hadersbeck and Joe Schliewe. After years of pursuing music independently, they finally got the opportunity to play together when Joe moved to the same town as Chad in 2010. They got started playing open mics in the Deep Ellum area of Dallas, TX. The Free Man Cajun Cafe was the place that kickstarted their new musical journey. Every Tuesday night, they got together with the talented musicians of Deep Ellum and shared drinks, laughs and music. It was always a good night at the Free Man. Hence the name, Goodnight Freeman. Open mics turned into bigger shows, like the House of Blues, but eventually the mountains became irresistible.
Once in Denver, they found a home playing open mic at the Meadowlark on a regular basis. But they wanted to branch out and create a fuller sound. After playing more shows under their duet moniker, Dinosaur Vacation, the hunger to get a full band together took over and they began searching for drums and bass. 2015 was filled with many different lineups but one has finally stuck. Stay tuned...