In a music industry of quickly passing fads, recycled decades, and the dime-a-dozen rock band, This Providence is anything but the preceding. They have been dubbed one of Seattle's rising artists, which hardly says enough about this young quartet. With their unique blend of indie-rock, pop, and emo, their music will carry them a long way.
The members of This Providence came together in the summer of 2003 and shortly after recorded, co-produced, and self-released an EP (now out of print). While still in high school, they gathered a strong following locally, as well as some label attention. After graduating, the band released their debut full-length record, Our Worlds Divorce - produced by Casey Bates.
"They're very creative and technical but have a great sense of pop also," says friend and fellow independent band member, Bobby Darling from Gatsbys American Dream.
Now centered on touring full-time, This Providence is reaching out to audiences everywhere, proving that they're willing to work hard for their childhood dreams. Whether you're a pop enthusiast, or searching for something more than the cookie-cutter rock bands out today, This Providence is the band to watch out for.
Fueled By Ramen will release This Providence's new full-length album in early fall.