On Friday, March 30th, local Indianapolis indie pop band Tri Patterns will be releasing their debut EP at the Square Cat Vinyl in Fountain Square. To celebrate the occasion, Tri Patterns will also be performing a live set on stage. Joining them will be the bands Stay Outside, and Coastal Club.
As previously mentioned, Tri Patterns is a new and upcoming indie pop group in the Indianapolis scene. While their debut EP hasn’t yet been released, they do have one single already out called “Shadows”. You can listen to the original recording, as well as an acoustic version by visiting their Bandcamp page.
Tri Patterns consists of Dawson Freeman, Nathan Davis, and Logan Morrison. To find out more, you can visit their WordPress site, or find them on Facebook. The best way, however, may be to just show up on the 30th, and see them for yourself.
Stay Outside is an Indianapolis based indie rock group that formed in 2016. They released their debut EP “Okay For Now” in June of the same year. The band’s website claims that “While giving nods to alt-rock greats like Thrice and Manchester Orchestra, Stay Outside developed a unique brand of emotionally drenched indie-rock”. How unique and effective this brand is, will be up to the listeners to judge.
Coastal Club is a four piece indie rock group from Cincinatti, Ohio. They released their debut self-titled EP in 2017. In the same year, Coastal Club also released a live recording at Revelator Sound, as well as the single, “Blue Christmas”. You can listen to Coastal Club by visiting their Bandcamp page.
The members of Coastal Club are Alex Hirlinger (vocals, guitar), Alex Mobley (guitar), Avery Benter (bass, vocals), and David McGuire (drums). You can out more about Coastal Club by visiting their website. You can also find Coastal Club on Facebook.
Tri Patterns’ album release show with Stay Outside and Coastal Club kicks off at 7:00 pm on Friday, March 30th at the Square Cat Vinyl in Fountain Square, and will finish by midnight. All ages are welcome to attend, and the cover fee for the show is five dollars at the door.