Unenthusiastic—but inspired—vocals, in an instrumentally flawless showing.
Living in the same vocal family as The Strokes, Jack Cherry and the rest of Juan de Fuca formed in 2015. Following the tragic death of a lifelong friend, Cherry released and dedicated his 6-track EP entitled Cavern Of to him. An Atlanta-native, Cherry played in a college rock group called Uncle Dad, and after their departure, was encouraged by bassist Jack Webster and drummer Howard Stewart to continue playing music with the group.
Reorganizing into a 5-piece taking in Clark Brown and Declan Farisee on guitar, the band developed a sound reflecting a surprising range of influences. Spanning shoegaze, post-hardcore, and 70s punk and soul, the collective recorded their debut album, Solve/Resolve.
Exploring new textures within lo-fi 90s and new-school rock, these guys are on fire. Keep up with them here.