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About Eternal Fair

With a palate for stratospheric anthems, a penchant for charismatic storytelling, and vocal harmonies that could tame the wildest of animals, Eternal Fair is turning heads all over the Pacific Northwest with their brand of psych-prog-pop rock. Their debut full-length album, The Horse That Carries The Wheel, has quickly garnered praise from critics. The Stranger’s Sean Jewell said of THTCTW, "…Andrew Vait is a studied vocalist whose music is built on an armature of dreamy folk rock, but whose jazz proclivities, and vocal gifts, push his work to conceptual/rock opera heights. THTCTW lets its freak flag fly by bringing a backline of keys to the forefront which...makes listening comprable to getting punched in the aural gut after Vait’s got you looking up.” Lemonade Magazine rated THTCTW 5 out of 5 stars and advised, “Eternal Fair is sure to find incredible success from their debut album. This band is doing all the right things to make it big, not only in Seattle, but worldwide. Now is the time to hop on the Eternal Fair bandwagon.” Influenced by the likes of My Morning Jacket, Sigur Ros, Jeff Buckley, and Pink Floyd, singer/songwriter Andrew Vait’s compositions and musicianship, along with the talents of bassist Chris Jones and drummer Daniel Nash, seamlessly weave vintage soul with modern funk, psychedelic rock with lyrical pop, the sophistication of jazz and the nostalgia of folk. Since the band’s formation, they’ve taken their time refining their sound. The result is a staggering blend of musical and lyrical composition that balances introspective, emotive stories atop a colorful melodic and rhythmic fabric that brings to life sharply insightful and deeply romantic tales of youthful love, wistful dreams and fading memories. Formerly the vehicle for all of songwriter Andrew Vait’s material, Eternal Fair split from Vait’s solo project in November of 2010. The band caught the attention of the larger Seattle music community when they opened for soul singer Allen Stone at The Crocodile in July of 2011. Sound on the Sound’s Josh Lovseth said of Eternal Fair’s performance, “…frontman Andrew Vait’s classic rock persona came out in full force”. The subsequent fall, Eternal Fair recorded their debut EP in former bassist Brent Rusinow’s basement. Todd Hamm of Seattle Weekly’s Reverb said of the EP, “Eternal Fair, Vol. 1 has enough of past-rock's charm to evoke a warm feeling of nostalgia, and enough inventive musicianship and thoughtful studio-work to hold its own,” while Guerilla Candy’s Travis Hay called it one of early 2012’s must-own local records. True to Seattle Wave Radio’s prediction, “Eternal Fair has the makings of another huge break-out band from Seattle” the band has ridden on a wave of success since Vol. 1. In June 2012, Eternal Fair organized a tribute to Jeff Buckley, which was supported and promoted by the late singer’s team and featured on his website and international newsletter. The band then organized a Kickstarter campaign in the fall of 2012 that would help to fund the recording of their debut, full-length album, The Horse That Carries The Wheel, which was released on April 16th to critical acclaim. Back Beat Seattle’s Chris Senn enthused, “Andrew Vait is a trained vocalist and is backed powerfully by Chris Jones and Daniel Nash, who provide the strong rhythm foundation that allows the vocals, guitar and Wurlitzer to float, wander and soar. Eternal Fair invites the influences of the 20th century and the 21st century prog-rock party.” Seattle Weekly’s Todd Hamm gave equal praise, saying, “Horse presents thorough arguments, points, counterpoints, and artfully drawn progressions; the grand, looping turns taken both instrumentally and lyrically are stylistic brushes with My Morning Jacket, yet venture forth on their own terms.” Eternal Fair has made appearances on The Marty Riemer podcast and KIRO DJ Sean DeTore’s Mixtape podcast, and have shared the stage with Allen Stone, Dark Dark Dark, Emily Wells, Motopony, Lost Lander, Hot Bodies In Motion, Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights, Diego’s Umbrella, Sean Flinn & The Royal We, The Mother Hips, Thomas Hunter & White China Gold and Tango Alpha Tango. Upcoming highlights include a collaboration with the Passenger String Quartet, led by Andrew Joslyn (Macklemore, Kris Orlowski), to produce a pair of live music videos. The band will share the stage with famed classic rockers, Kansas, in July and will hit the road to support The Horse That Carries The Wheel in August and September for a series of West Coast tours. The Horse That Carries The Wheel is out on iTunes, Spotify, and at http://eternalfair.bandcamp.com
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Genres:
Rock, Pop, Progressive Rock, Psych-prog-pop Rock
Band Members:
Chris Jones - bassvocals, Andrew Vait - vocalsguitarkeys, Daniel Nash - drumsvocals
Hometown:
Seattle, Washington

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About Eternal Fair

With a palate for stratospheric anthems, a penchant for charismatic storytelling, and vocal harmonies that could tame the wildest of animals, Eternal Fair is turning heads all over the Pacific Northwest with their brand of psych-prog-pop rock. Their debut full-length album, The Horse That Carries The Wheel, has quickly garnered praise from critics. The Stranger’s Sean Jewell said of THTCTW, "…Andrew Vait is a studied vocalist whose music is built on an armature of dreamy folk rock, but whose jazz proclivities, and vocal gifts, push his work to conceptual/rock opera heights. THTCTW lets its freak flag fly by bringing a backline of keys to the forefront which...makes listening comprable to getting punched in the aural gut after Vait’s got you looking up.” Lemonade Magazine rated THTCTW 5 out of 5 stars and advised, “Eternal Fair is sure to find incredible success from their debut album. This band is doing all the right things to make it big, not only in Seattle, but worldwide. Now is the time to hop on the Eternal Fair bandwagon.” Influenced by the likes of My Morning Jacket, Sigur Ros, Jeff Buckley, and Pink Floyd, singer/songwriter Andrew Vait’s compositions and musicianship, along with the talents of bassist Chris Jones and drummer Daniel Nash, seamlessly weave vintage soul with modern funk, psychedelic rock with lyrical pop, the sophistication of jazz and the nostalgia of folk. Since the band’s formation, they’ve taken their time refining their sound. The result is a staggering blend of musical and lyrical composition that balances introspective, emotive stories atop a colorful melodic and rhythmic fabric that brings to life sharply insightful and deeply romantic tales of youthful love, wistful dreams and fading memories. Formerly the vehicle for all of songwriter Andrew Vait’s material, Eternal Fair split from Vait’s solo project in November of 2010. The band caught the attention of the larger Seattle music community when they opened for soul singer Allen Stone at The Crocodile in July of 2011. Sound on the Sound’s Josh Lovseth said of Eternal Fair’s performance, “…frontman Andrew Vait’s classic rock persona came out in full force”. The subsequent fall, Eternal Fair recorded their debut EP in former bassist Brent Rusinow’s basement. Todd Hamm of Seattle Weekly’s Reverb said of the EP, “Eternal Fair, Vol. 1 has enough of past-rock's charm to evoke a warm feeling of nostalgia, and enough inventive musicianship and thoughtful studio-work to hold its own,” while Guerilla Candy’s Travis Hay called it one of early 2012’s must-own local records. True to Seattle Wave Radio’s prediction, “Eternal Fair has the makings of another huge break-out band from Seattle” the band has ridden on a wave of success since Vol. 1. In June 2012, Eternal Fair organized a tribute to Jeff Buckley, which was supported and promoted by the late singer’s team and featured on his website and international newsletter. The band then organized a Kickstarter campaign in the fall of 2012 that would help to fund the recording of their debut, full-length album, The Horse That Carries The Wheel, which was released on April 16th to critical acclaim. Back Beat Seattle’s Chris Senn enthused, “Andrew Vait is a trained vocalist and is backed powerfully by Chris Jones and Daniel Nash, who provide the strong rhythm foundation that allows the vocals, guitar and Wurlitzer to float, wander and soar. Eternal Fair invites the influences of the 20th century and the 21st century prog-rock party.” Seattle Weekly’s Todd Hamm gave equal praise, saying, “Horse presents thorough arguments, points, counterpoints, and artfully drawn progressions; the grand, looping turns taken both instrumentally and lyrically are stylistic brushes with My Morning Jacket, yet venture forth on their own terms.” Eternal Fair has made appearances on The Marty Riemer podcast and KIRO DJ Sean DeTore’s Mixtape podcast, and have shared the stage with Allen Stone, Dark Dark Dark, Emily Wells, Motopony, Lost Lander, Hot Bodies In Motion, Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights, Diego’s Umbrella, Sean Flinn & The Royal We, The Mother Hips, Thomas Hunter & White China Gold and Tango Alpha Tango. Upcoming highlights include a collaboration with the Passenger String Quartet, led by Andrew Joslyn (Macklemore, Kris Orlowski), to produce a pair of live music videos. The band will share the stage with famed classic rockers, Kansas, in July and will hit the road to support The Horse That Carries The Wheel in August and September for a series of West Coast tours. The Horse That Carries The Wheel is out on iTunes, Spotify, and at http://eternalfair.bandcamp.com
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Pop, Progressive Rock, Psych-prog-pop Rock
Band Members:
Chris Jones - bassvocals, Andrew Vait - vocalsguitarkeys, Daniel Nash - drumsvocals
Hometown:
Seattle, Washington

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