The essay about TX indie-folk band Seryn
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- “Beautiful arrangements (both in instrumentation and in vocal harmonies) and an epic, “big sky” sound that, at times, seems more fitting washing over dilapidated wooden pews in an old church than the usual torn-up couches, vinyl booths and barstools of area venues.” – Dallas Observer
- “Like ice-cold water on a hot day, their music is crisp and refreshing, and I cannot get enough. The imagery packed into their set is unreal. It’s like listening to the soundtrack of a great love story, breathtaking drama, and a dark tragedy all rolled into one over-the-top, unparalleled performance.” – My Denton Music
- “Seryn is fast becoming a must-see. One of Denton’s hottest bands in any genre…on the verge of big things.” – Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Formed in 2009, their freshman album This is Where We Are was named a top 50 album of 2011 by Paste Magazine. Fast forward three years and Seryn’s avoided a sophomore slump by slow-roasting another batch of songs, including ballads like “Ivory Black.” At a sneakpeek performance of their soon-tobe-released album at Dan’s Silverleaf Lounge in downtown Denton, Seryn chats about their success, running out of gas, the creative process and plans for a show on the moon.
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