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Cinders and Indigo Waves to perform at The Basement

Salt Lake City acoustic pop band, Cinders are performing their second album release show, in Rexburg on Oct 19 at The Basement. The new album, Looking Forward to Looking Back is available for streaming and purchase on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music and more.

“We will be playing most of the record as well as a few fan favorites from the first album,” the band said.

Doors to the event will open at 8 p.m. with the show starting shortly after. Admission cost is $7. Tickets can be purchased online through The Basement, but according to Cinders, “They might sell out at the door!”

The night will also feature performances from Provo based, interchanging indie band Indigo Waves and The Ennui Project‘s own Hannah Nichole Rickords.

Looking Forward to Looking Back

Cinders burst into the Salt Lake City music scene in 2015, as a six-piece indie-pop/alternative-rock band described by fans as “rowdy acoustic pop.”

Their first album, Cinders, gained the band regional success and according to their Facebook page, accumulated over 1 million streams on Spotify.

With the release of their new album, the band announced multiple album release shows. The first was held earlier this month, in Utah. The band took to Facebook to thank fans for coming out.

“So incredibly stoked about last night’s sold out Utah album release show,” the post read. “Thank you so much for all of your love and support. This record was made for everyone who has been with us on this journey!”

The Indy Review called Looking Forward to Looking Back a “catchy and buoyant affair.” And complimented them with comparisons like, “While musically they aim for the chamber pop heights of classic Arcade Fire, great lines like ‘Rootbeer covered carpet is where all of this get started’ help keep the band grounded and relatable.”

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Cinders and Indigo Waves

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Jordan Henrie
Jordan Henrie is the founder and content editor of The Ennui Project. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Jordan now resides in Rexburg, Idaho and is an active member of the local music scene.

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