Music: Indie rock from A Pallet for the Shoal, The Grand Par Friday, June 28

A Pallet for the Shoal and The Grand Par play Best Video Performance Space on Friday, June 28. The show starts at 8 PM and the cover is a sliding scale of $5-10 (pay what you can in that range).

A Pallet for the Shoal is a music project based in Connecticut ranging in genre from ambient and experimental to lyrical with leanings toward folk-rock. The group features Clayton Eles (guitar, vocals), Lucas Hibbard (bass), and Pat Quinn (drums).

The Grand Par is a 3-piece original rock band from New Haven, CT formed in February 2017. Scott Daly (vocals, guitar) from the successful international solo project of Arms and Legs, was looking to start a band after living and touring in China and performing session work in LA and NYC. Scott settled in CT to be closer to family and that’s where he met up with local CT drummer Wes Cross, original and former drummer of Hot Rod Circuit. To complete the lineup is Chris Cook on bass and vocals ex Thee Hyrdrogen Terrors formerly of Providence, RI. The Grand Par’s music can be best described as big driving rock songs with catchy hooks and melodies drawing influences ranging from The Beatles, Cheap Trick, and The Replacements. Recording will soon begin in Summer of 2019.

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