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Carver Commodore w/ Cherub Tree, Damion Wolfe

All Ages
Thursday, September 15
Doors: 7:30pm
$12

Doors at 7:30 | Show at 8
All Ages
$12/$14

Carver Commodore is an alternative rock band from the modest town of Florence, Alabama. The band is composed of guitarist and vocalist Payton Pruitt, guitarist Phillip Blevins, drummer Noah Freeman, multi-instrumentalist Clayton Christopher, and bassist David Smith Jr. In contrast to the “swampy, soulful sound” that put their hometown on the map, Carver is known for fusing garage, indie, and pop influences into stadium-worthy rock anthems. Modern alt-giants like Cage the Elephant, Jack White, and The Strokes tend to inform Carver’s guitar-laden hooks, recording aesthetics, and signature sticky songcraft.

On October 22nd, 2021, the band released their sophomore album Welcome to the Modern World — a colorful collection of songs stemming from their recording sessions during the 2020 lockdown. Tracked at engineer/producer Brendan St. Gelais’ home studio in Nashville, TN, the album also features Parke Cottrell (Colony House) as an instrumentalist and co-producer throughout. The thirteen tracks of Welcome to the Modern World aim to highlight the late-millennial experience of growing up in the early aughts and onward, detailing the effect it’s had on an entire generation. Carver Commodore is eager to share their cocktail of reflective and storied yet danceable (or moshable) songs on the road in 2022 and beyond.

Based outside of the Washington DC area, Cherub Tree members Brenna and Ryan pave a new road in the indie scene with their eclectic musical style – combining influences from genres such as punk, folk, grunge, lo-fi, and rock.  With acoustic folk-inspired songs like “I Miss”, to uptempo indie-rock songs like “Serein”, Cherub Tree’s deep resonant tones are complemented by their soft, somber melodies and poetic, narrative lyrics.  Cherub Tree transitions to a full four-member band for live performances, which allows them to showcase their songs in a much more dynamic and upbeat manner.”