Endless Sunshine @ Civic Center Park

Endless Sunshine went on with a bang, taking place on September 8, 2023 at Civic Center Park in Denver, CO. Performers included The Backseat Lovers, The Velveteers, The Moss, Peach Pit, Co-Stanza, Briston Maroney, and Blankslate.


Blankslate

Blankslate, founded in 2018, by college roommates Em, Tess and Rylee after the trio transferred to the University of Denver. In the beginning, they practiced in a storage closet in the basement of their dorm and played small coffee shop and open mic gigs around DU before graduating to Denver’s club scene.

The driving principle behind Blankslate is transformation; a belief in the possibility to become. By culling elements of disparate influences ranging from folk to grunge to classic rock, the band crafted a sound that is uniquely their own and serves as the tapestry upon which referential, diaristic lyrics and stories are interwoven.

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Briston Maroney

Briston Lee Maroney is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Knoxville, Tennessee. He is signed to Canvasback Music and Atlantic Records. He has released two EPs through the labels. His latest, “Sunflower” was partially released and then the full album released on April 9, 2021.

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Co-Stanza

Created and developed originally in the picture perfect suburbs west of Chicago, Co-Stanza is a pop music project by Jack Costanza rooted in good vibes and Midwest charm. Think of skateboarding with an unsweetened iced tea and your closest homies, 75 degrees, life is good. Think of a couple cold ones and a pontoon boat getting your tan on.

Together with guitarist and producer Ryan Adams, drummer Simon Martin, and bassist Seeder Whaley, Co-Stanza is trying to transport you to your best vibes and get you out of your seat. Drawing from the love and wonder of the world we are lucky enough to live in, Co-Stanza keeps it simple. Relying heavily on classic pop elements, Co-Stanza brings attitude in tight grooves under vocals that incorporate hip-hop flows with infectious pop hooks.

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Peach Pit

Peach Pit’s songs feel like a close friend telling you a story. The Vancouver quartet—Neil Smith [vocals, guitar], Chris Vanderkooy [guitar], Peter Wilton [bass], and Mikey Pascuzzi [drums]—refined this signature storytelling over a soundtrack of breezy guitars and some ballsy distortion on their sophomore album, You and Your Friends, released April 2020 via Columbia Records.

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The Moss

In 2015, Tyke James (lead vocals/guitar) and Addison Sharp (guitar) met while living in Hawai’i. They started playing live shows and surfing together, performing as a duo in front of a local taco truck on select Taco Tuesdays. After multiple projects together, they enlisted Addison’s brother, Brierton (bass), and Willie Fowler (drums), turning the duo into a full band in 2018. They released their freshman album “Bryology” independently in 2019 followed by 2020 singles, Willies song and Dog Valley. In 2021 they released the final “two” of their album “Kentucky Derby”.

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The Velveteers

Growing up, Demi Demitro rebelled through her guitar, practicing up to nine hours a day. With Baby Pottersmith and Jonny Fig playing on a conjoined set, the band developed a reputation for their rip-roaring performances. Clips of the band’s live shows and DIY videos made it back to Dan Auerbach, who invited them to his studio in Nashville to produce Nightmare Daydream.

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The Backseat Lovers

The Backseat Lovers are a four-piece indie rock band hailing from Salt Lake City. The group is made up of Josh Harmon (lead vocals/guitar), Jonas Swanson (lead guitar/vocals), KJ Ward (bass), and Juice Welch (drums).

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