Charleston-based band Daddy’s Beemer (comprising lead vocalist/guitarist Brady Sklar, multi-instrumentalist Dan Fetterolf, bassist Wesley Heaton, and newest addition, drummer Payton Kutyla) formed in 2016 at Clemson University, where they soon established their brand of dreamy, buoyant indie rock. Influences from across the pond like Two Door Cinema Club, The Kooks and The Cure mingled with the likes of REM and even Frank Ocean to form a left-field melting pot across their first EPs, Daddy’s Beemer (2017) and Pucker (2018). Meanwhile, they forged their identity on the road, playing over 200 shows since their inception and heading as far afield as New York and SXSW, all while building a rock-solid base in their home state of South Carolina.
While their debut full-length, 2020’s Denmark, saw the band expand their recording capacity and flex their production muscles, they now have their sights set on capturing the electric, spontaneous energy of their live show as they record their upcoming second LP. -Mia Hughes
Brady Sklar: Guitar / Lead Vocals
Wesley Heaton: Bass / Vocals
Dan Fetterolf: Guitar / Synth / Violin / Vocals
Payton Kutyla: Drums
Started in the summer of 2022, Sunhouse consists of Sawyer Rice (vocals, lead guitar), Evan Tate (bass), Charlotte Rice (vocals, rhythm guitar), and Brandon Sewell (drums). Blending their different influences from indie rock, 80’s pop rock, folk, grunge and many more, Sunhouse’s songs are familiar but fresh with lyrics that analyse and comment on the modern youth culture wound into catchy chord progressions and sweeping melodies.
Sunhouse released their their debut EP “When We Met” in fall of 2022, a collection of the first six songs the band wrote after coming together. They’ve currently got their heads down writing and recording for their full length album planned for late 2023.
Doors open at 7:00pm; Show begins at 7:30pm.