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Nevada Color Releases New Music on a Bracelet

Nevada Color will be headlining the first ever Framework Music and Arts Festival Saturday, May 7 in the Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The swooning pop rockers have been riding the wave of their debut full length album Adventures released in 2014. Since then they have written a ton of new material and are itching to get it out to their loyal fan base. Nevada Color features Quinn Wirth on Vocals, Max Kovalchuk on Guitar, Chris Cichra on Bass, Adam Valen on Guitar and Jeremy Westhead on Drums. The guys are continuing where they left off in 2015 where they were named breakout band of the year as voted by fans during Sound Scene Express’s annual awards.

Nevada Color found a creative way to keep new and old fans satisfied with new music while an album is in the works. The band will be debuting a USB wristband at Framework that will store the digital media. There is no cost for the bracelet and you can get new uploads at future shows, just by adding your name to their mailing list.

“We have been writing tons of new material since the album was released, upwards of over 100+ songs, preparing for our next album. With all these new songs, and fans that have been waiting for us to release new music, we wanted to think of a way to release some of these new songs to fans. It’s more so a thank you to fans that have been supporting us for the last few years and to reward them with new content to tide them over until the record is out. The fact that it is in the form of something physically tangible adds more value,” says Valen.

Nevada Color organized the fest along with the band Emerson Jay, who will also be on the bill. Some of the proceeds will be donated to “Industry on Industry” which will be used to help bring new business to Allentown by offering discounted rent. Local favorites Donora, Andre Costello and the Cool Minors, Wreck Loose and Suits & Ukes will also be performing. The concert will take place at the RE360 Warehouse at 829 Industry Street at 4pm for $12.

“Come by Framework and grab a wristband, make sure to check out the live show too! We have some surprises too,” he continues.

Read More about Framework Music and Arts Fest HERE


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