All American indie rock band, REDLANDS, has been making waves in the Denver music scene since they formed in 2013. Originally from Grand Junction, Colorado this dynamic and talented group has achieved much in their short time together.
Soon after their inception, they released their first EP - Lonewolf - which was recorded in Northern Hollywood with producer Matt Grabe. The group caught the attention of Vans Warped Tour; earning them a spot on the Ernie Ball stage just months after its release.
Their next album - Adventurer (produced by The Silverman Brothers) - was released in 2015 and put them on the roster for the South by So What?! Music Festival in Grand Prairie, Texas.
The following year, REDLANDS was one of 40 bands to perform at Vans Warped Tour, this time upgrading to Journey's Left Foot Main Stage.
In 2016, the band self-produced their record - Is There Anybody Out There? and later took first place as Denver's next and upcoming artist in channel 93.3 KTCL's Hometown for the Holidays with their single, “Big Talk”.
Since then, the band has performed at many well-known Colorado venues: The Summit Music Hall, The Bluebird Theatre, and The Marquis Theater are just the beginning of a long line of spaces to host this eclectic rock-and-roll group.