coming from all corners of the country and meeting as college students upon moving to nashville, tennessee, the pressure kids were quickly able to bond over their passion for creating something innovative and fresh. known for their energetic live shows and highly-melodic brand of indie rock, the past year has seen the pressure kids releasing their debut ep, tiger, playing the wilco-headlined pilgrimage festival in franklin, tennessee, and selling out nashville’s famed exit/in for their headlining ep release show, but the best is (by far) yet to come.
“romantic garage-guitar penned symphonies for those sentimental at heart” - Impose Magazine
the summer of 2016 found them logging miles across the southeast, working their way from southern alabama all the way up to new york city, where they packed out the studio at webster hall with fellow nashville-based indie outfit, the lonely biscuits. upon arriving home from tour, the band jumped right into the studio to record a series of singles, each gutsy, poignant, and layered in sparkling harmonies, qualities that have become truly characteristic of the pressure kids’ distinctive sound. on august 19th, the party started right round a quarter to eight with “catherine in moonlight,” the first of many here-we-are anthems and love songs to the big bad world that this mismatch of friends, roommates, and partners in crime have been pouring their hearts into since day one. from the moment you go to your first pressure kids show or listen to your first pressure kids song, you know the feeling. you’ve forever scored an invite to the party, and you’ll never want to leave.
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