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Thu, Jul 06


Whiskey Creek Zócalo

Tremours with The Exbats

Los Angeles based dreamy duo. Doors 7pm / Show 7:30pm

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Tremours with The Exbats
Tremours with The Exbats

Time & Location

Jul 06, 2023, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Whiskey Creek Zócalo , 11786 US-180 East, Arenas Valley, NM 88022, USA

About the event

TREMOURS formed in Los Angeles in 2021 by the duo of Lauren Andino and Glenn Fryatt. Late night jam sessions in the midst of lockdown uncertainty slowly transformed into TREMOURS creative partnership, driven by the tension between Andino’s hazy, drifting guitars and Fryatt’s urgent, pulsating drums.  South Carolina-born Andino has played with LSD And The Search For God, and most recently L.A. Witch, as a touring guitarist. Fryatt hails from Portsmouth, England, and has toured as a drummer for artists such as Cherubs, The Montrose Avenue and Ten Benson.  TREMOURS sees them each newly harnessing and exploring their own creative impulses, inspired by everything from shoegaze to jazz to electronica to literature to looking out at the sea.  “Most of our songs center around loneliness. Not necessarily sadness, but the comfort that you can find in being lonely,” says Andino. “It’s when I feel most calm.”  On the back of their 2022 Little Cloud Records EP Affectations, TREMOURS have undertaken two full US tours and garnered a following across North America and Europe. TREMOURS are set to headline Canada’s Cherry Cult Fest in March and have a full-length album and a host of tour dates slated for later in 2023.   “Live, we have been told that it can be intense,” Fryatt says. “I have no choice but to let go and trust Glenn when we are playing. This is the only band where I've had to do that, and I think that's where our intense stage dynamic comes from -- focusing and trusting one another,” Andino adds.


THE EXBATS are rooted in '60s psychedelic pop, updated with a current NOW sound & attitude.


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