The Score

The Score

Castlecomer

Sun, December 17, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 18 and over

The Score
The Score
We started writing together six years ago, and had no idea where it would take us. Just two dudes in New York, learning how to write and produce. We wrote a lot of bad songs, and tried a lot of different things. We moved to LA and wrote more songs, and tried more different things...like recording in Edan's bedroom closet. And one pop song we wrote happened to land in a commercial, and that commercial happened to be really big. 'Spotify Viral #1' big. 'Major label record-deal' big. 'Worldwide booking agency' big. And all that was really cool, but we had a problem - we weren't actually a pop band.

We like guitars. We like rock and roll. And we like it loud. So we started doing what we like, and it's been pretty damn cool so far. Our new EP Myths & Legends is four of the most honest songs we've ever written, and we think our fans reactions say it all:

"Who ever Disliked song, I will find you and force you to listin to this song Intel you regret your life choices." - Chase Cornett

"The best song I have ever heard" - Mr. Nightmare

and...

"The Score=GOAT 'Like' if they never disappoint you!!!" - DawnCS

We hope you like the new music, but if you don't...Chase Cornett will find you and force you to listen to it until you regret your life choices.

* Eddie & Edan - The Score
Castlecomer
Castlecomer
Castlecomer have kicked off their 2016 with the release of "The Noise", the first single from their upcoming EP "All of the Noise" out later this year.

Having seen huge international viral success from their 2015 hit "Fire Alarm" garnering over 800,000 Spotify streams in under 7 months, Castlecomer then followed that up with a 7" Double A Side Vinyl with the tune Escapism, which was added to the 'Triple J Hitlist’ playlist on Spotify and received airplay on the station.

Castlecomer have spent the start of 2016 in the studio with Scott Horscroft, supported Safia early in the year and are now excited to announce their own short run of east coast shows before heading to the US for a few months."I wanted to write a song that was a wall of noise – it’s never been a problem for this band to play loud, but I wanted a chorus that could really soar high and feel like it could lose control, but the bass and drums keep it grounded and running. The Noise refers to everything in the world that is less important than being happy with the person, or the people, you love. For us it is an ode to the power of women.” Bede (Castlecomer)
Venue Information:
Ophelia's Electric Soapbox
1215 20th Street
Denver, CO, 80202
http://www.opheliasdenver.com/