Women's Audio Mission LOCAL SIRENS SERIES with
Try the Pie, Soar, Spellling
155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102
This event is all ages
The She’s are born and bred San Francisco gals who create garage-pop beachy tunes that make you want to fast forward to summer. The group is lead by vocalist Hannah Valente, harmonized by guitarist Eva Treadway, and perfected by drummer Sinclair Riley and bassist Sami Perez. Since emerging into the tightly-knit San Francisco music scene, The She’s garnered a ton of success early on. They were included in The San Francisco Guardian’s “Bands On The Rise,” and hold recurring features on The Bay Bridged. Since their inception, they’ve been frequently invited to play at most well-known San Francisco venues, opening for bands like Girls, Thao and the Get Down Stay Down, and Yuck.
The She’s are more than just your average girl band. These talented BFFs have been playing music together since elementary school-and their closeness shines through in their perfectly tuned three part harmonies. With songs about hanging out, love, and dreaming about boys, these ladies are a swoon-worthy bunch who can make anyone feel giddy. The She’s most recently released a lo-fi ’60s-inspired album- Then It Starts to Feel Like Summer, and are back with a more mature and nuanced release to bring you right back to that sandy place in your daydreams.
"Sun-dazed harmonies, tight, toe-tapping rhythms and the kind of beachy pop you’d listen to in a convertible on vacation.” –7×7 Magazine
Try the Pie
Try the Pie is donating 100% of their door pay and merch sales at this show to Transassistance for trans victims of the Oakland fire.
Try the Pie is a solo effort by Bean Kaloni Tupou, who has been in such bands as Sourpatch, Salt Flat, Crabapple and Plume.
Try The Pie put out their first full-length record out on Salinas Records called 'Domestication' in Spring 2015.
Featuring members of Joyride, Watercolor Paintings, Void Boys and Dreamspoiler!
We four met on an internet dating website. It was quickly decided that we were better off as a band than anything with romantic intentions. It was just so convenient that we had all the basic rock band instruments covered, we couldn't pass up the opportunity.
“Berkeley singer-songwriter Spellling makes beautifully layered, experimental pop tracks using just her keyboard, voice, and loop pedal, weaving compositions that evoke avant-pop artists such as FKA Twigs and Björk. Her name evokes the spellbinding qualities of her music, as well as her witchy aesthetic.” --East Bay Express