Riding a brave wave of charming indie rock throughout the music air, The Yarrow is proving themselves to be one of Utah’s hottest assets around. This six piece powerhouse isn’t really just amassing the interest of press throughout their regional community, yet attracting statewide support from radio, television, as well as papers. As if this weren’t sufficient, the band is using their socially aware music abilities to work with charities and also make significant distinctions throughout their neighborhood.
Continuing to be totally independent in their strategy to music, while crafting motivated, thoughtful tunes, The Yarrow have focused on establishing a concrete solid follower base in their hometown of Provo. The team’s intelligent and also gifted schedule consists of Mitch Mallory (lead guitar, vocals), Jeff Harris (keyboard, violin), Morgan Williams (rhythm guitar), Kyle Owen (bass), Thomas Knight (drums, percussion), as well as Nicholas Dudoich (horns, arrangements). By combining conventional music components with timeless training on horns as well as strings, The Yarrow is quickly developing themselves as a flexible, fascinating act within the indie rock category.
In a complete departure from numerous various other bands and also musicians within the music sector, this Utah outfit has actually given away every one of their earnings to a local charity. The Yarrow’s selected target is Neighborhood Action Providers as well as Food Financial institution in Provo, a charitable company which intends to aid in the battle versus nearby destitution by giving food and also other support programs for people in demand. With over 100 real-time efficiencies under their belt, as well as an approaching EP in the jobs, Mallory and also company are affecting their neighborhood in multiple locations at once.
The Yarrow’s music as well as social task promptly attracted positive limelights, as Utah’s top three newspapers (The Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret Information, Daily Herald) all covered the group’s tasks, together with a host of other magazines. They continued to spread out like wildfire, making live tv appearances on KUTV in Salt Lake City, and also eventually KXLU in L.a.
With a vast range of influences varying from Bob Dylan as well as Radiohead to Arcade Fire as well as The Doors, their music continuouslies excite fans around the nation. A music video for “Everyday is the Hardest, Every Night is the Longest” was recently released, as well as the band is functioning relentlessly on their debut EP, Support Fire, which they want to release throughout the wintertime of 2010. Search for more real-time performances around the higher Salt Lake City location soon, as well as stay on top of all points The Yarrow on their official Facebook, Twitter, as well as MySpace pages.