ByBye Album Release Party at The Hi-Fi


Next Friday, February 16th, be sure to get down to The Hi-Fi in Fountain Square for the latest album release of local Indianapolis band ByBye. But ByBye won’t be the only band performing next Friday. They’ll be joined by local bands S.M. Wolf and Sweet Poison Victim.


ByBye is an electronic, experimental, and soul band from Indianapolis that fuses the genres of vintage soul-rock and psychedelic rock with a strong groove. ByBye came out with their debut, self-titled album in 2015. Since then, they have dropped an EP, “Extinct EP”, and a single “Happily” in 2018. Their latest album, “Metamorphasize” will release next Friday at The Hi-Fi.

The members of ByBye are Martin Green (organ, vocals), Nick Peoni (lead guitar), Sam Shafer (guitar, keyboard, vocals), Paul Symons (drums), and Cody Davis (bass). To learn more about ByBye, you can visit their Bandcamp or Facebook page.

S.M. Wolf

S.M. Wolf is a fuzzy, power-pop, and psych rock band from Indianapolis. The band was formed in 2013 by Adam Gross. S.M. Wolf released their self-titled debut album in 2013, followed by “Canine Country Club” and “Neon Debris” in 2015. Their most recent EP, “The Awful Spring” came out in 2016, and is available to listen to on their Bandcamp page.

The members of S.M. Wolf are Adam Gross (guitar, vocals), Melanie Rau (drums), Rachel Enneking (organ), and Ben Leslie (bass, moog). To learn more about S.M. Wolf, you can find them on Facebook.

Sweet Poison Victim

Sweet Poison Victim is an eclectic Indianapolis band whose style ranges wildly from reggae to soul, and garage rock to pop. Over all, however, Sweet Poison Victim makes music to dance to. Despite how you may choose to classify them in terms of genre or style, sometimes it’s more important to just listen to the music, and let it move you.

For more information on Sweet Poison Victim, you can visit their Facebook page. You can also listen to Sweet Poison Victim on Bandcamp.


The ByBye Album Release Party starts at 9:00 pm on Friday, February 16th. Doors open at 8:00, and tickets are ten dollars.


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