Wildermiss | a premier music venue in downtown Fort Collins

105.5 The Colorado Sound Welcomes

Wildermiss

All Ages
Sunday, July 03, 2022
Door: 6pm | Show: 7pm
$15 to $18

We will only be accepting proof of full vaccination for Covid-19 into this show. Masks will still be required for entry and the duration of the event but a negative COVID test will not be accepted for admittance to this show. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to this policy.

Wildermiss with Husbands and Opening Act TBA

Wildermiss is an indie rock band. Emma Cole sings and plays synth bass, Joshua Hester plays guitar and Caleb Thoemke plays drums. They have sold out all of their hometown headlining shows since 2017 and steadily gained momentum nationwide with multiple support tours and festival spots. The band is currently working on the follow up to their quarantine singles “Supermagical” and “Italy” with plans to tour until their van dies again like it did in Michigan that one time.

Husbands
Husbands is a landlocked beach pop band that sidequests Krautrock, garage rock, and tropicalia. For its new LP, “After the Gold Rush Party,” released January 14, 2020, the Oklahoma City band also dabbles in no wave and nineties-inspired pop, recommended if you like anything from Fleetwood Mac to MGMT, Beach House to the Beach Boys. Lyrically, songwriters Danny Davis and Wil Norton tackle what it means to be punk while working a nine-to-five and trying to find zen in an anxious world.

PRESS QUOTES:
“Rousing surf rock guitar line[s] and catchy harmonizing that goes down like a crisp summer shandy.” — Matt Carney, NPR KOSU’s Sample Size

“A highly listenable, breezy piece of summer perfection … Take all the surfiest moments of Weezer’s ‘Blue Album,’ and you might get close to the sound of Oklahoma City’s most exciting band this year.” — Nathan Poppe, The Oklahoman

“It’s difficult to really pinpoint why it captivates … but the proof, as they say, is in the pudding, and … you’ll be left wondering how you made it so far through this dulled summer without ‘Stay Gold’ by your side.” — Tom Johnson, Gold Flake Paint [UK]

“Delicious, jangly pop … quintessential summer pop that glistens with the promise of more lovely things to come.” — Swell Tone Music