Lacing daring alternative rock with gospel-size scope and bluesy heart, the Cleveland, OH six-piece—Sam Getz [lead vocals, guitar], Brett Lindemann [keys], Jimmy Weaver [bass], Mikey Gould [drums], Bri Bryant [vocals], and Jon Bryant [vocals]—cook up thirteen arena-ready anthems that welcome listeners to chant along everywhere…
“We’ve been traveling so much over the past few years,” explains Sam. “It’s awesome to see so many new places and play to people everywhere, but you do feel a bit rootless. One month, the tour bus is our home. The next, we’re overseas living out of hotels. When we actually get back to our hometown, it doesn’t feel like home, because we’ve gotten so used to being on the road. At the same time, it’s easy to feel lost and like you don’t belong anywhere in the world. That’s the overall theme of the songs.”
Since 2013, Welshly Arms have canvased nearly every corner of the globe spurned along by a bevy of seismic and show-stopping songs. Their 2017 EP, Legendary, boasted the ubiquitous title track, “Legendary.” To date, it has earned gold certifications in Germany and Switzerland, cracked over 51 million Spotify streams in under two years, received 1.7 million Shazams, and soared to Top 10 at Radio in Germany. Following their first wave of success, their follow up single, “Sanctuary,” has raced up the Radio Charts to #5 in Germany and over 3 million Spotify Streams, appearing to really only just getting started. Meanwhile, the group’s tracks have piped through campaigns for Miller, Hulu, NFL, Indian Motorcycles, and Beck’s Beer, while “Hold On I’m Coming” roared over the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s Academy Award-winning The Hateful Eight. Additionally, they lit up the stage at Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! and earned praise from All Things Go, Indie Shuffle, Baeble, Ones To Watch, Pop Matters, Indie Rock Cafe, and more.
The band will be busy playing festivals across the US and Europe this Summer, before heading back to Europe in November for this highly anticipated run of headline club shows where fans can expect a high octane and sweaty night of dancing and singing along to a Rock N Roll revival.