August 27 @ 9:00 pm - 1:30 am| $12.50 – $18
w/ Tennis Courts
Saturday, August 27th, 2022
Charleston Pour House Main Stage
8pm Doors/9pm Show
Tickets – $25 Early Bird 2 packs
$15 Advance /$18 Day of Show
Descending from the Appalachian Mountains to Charleston, South Carolina, Easy Honey infuses its psychedelic-folk roots with East-coast surf rock. Listening to the Indy band’s witty melodies dotted with catchy hooks will place you in a nostalgic dream state. The band is currently on tour, supporting “Peach Fuzz”, their sophomore album. “Peach Fuzz” was recorded and produced by Wolgang Zimmerman (Band of Horses, Susto) in Charleston SC. The band carries itself as a permanent party, and is dedicated to moving audiences.
Based in Brooklyn, NY.
Tennis Courts is a rock and roll band led by singers/songwriters/very good pals, Patrick Walsh and Andrew Clarke. The duo met while attending college in Charleston, South Carolina and began writing songs together soon after. Inspired by everything from indie rock bands of the 2000s to folk singers of the 1960s, the group spent their formative years playing in living rooms, backyards, and basements. With the (adjective) support of their friends, those rooms soon turned into sold out shows at venues across the city.
After spending most of the last two years hunkered down at home writing songs, the band returned to the studio in the fall of 2021 with producer/engineer Matt Zutell at Coast Records. Zutell helped the band explore different sounds and sonic palettes while still staying true to their DIY roots.
With dreams of broadening their horizons, the duo packed up their things and relocated to Brooklyn, NY at the beginning of 2022. Equipped with a brand new record and road dog dreams, the band has big plans for the future. Whatever happens, Tennis Courts are showing no signs of stopping.
The new EP, “Music for Movies and Television” is available now.