Recognized for their electrifying performances and genuine character, the Boston based indie/alt-rock quartet has cultivated a loyal, nationwide fanbase by way of a grassroots approach.
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Fueled by candid chaos and unfiltered honesty, Dionysia has carved out their own sonic space at the intersection of rock and pop culture. Recognized for their electrifying performances and genuine character, the Boston based indie/alt-rock quartet has cultivated a loyal, nationwide fanbase by way of a grassroots approach. Following a string of sold out shows and festival appearances, the group is making waves this summer with their second full length album and nationwide tour.
2019 holds no lack of momentum for the freshly rebranded Hats, as they prepare for the release of their next full-length album. The band sees their June 2016 apartment fire as a blessing, offering them a chance to start fresh with a focus on the more important aspects of their music. The new album will be the first to be released as The Hats and will feature deeper, more eclectic lyrical subjects, and more intricate arrangements from singer/songwriter Patrik Gochez, as well as the lead vocals of keyboardist Brittany Laine and lead guitarist Joey Pierog. Original members,bassist Brenden Harisiades, and drummer, Bobby Rice offer a solid and creative rhythm section.
Originally established as ‘Pat & the Hats’ in 2012, the band released both a full-length record (Fake it till You Make a Hit; 2014) and a followup EP (Pat & the Hats; 2016). They received a New England Music Award for ‘Best Pop Act’ in 2014, a nomination in the same category in 2015, and accolades from regional press outlets in NH, MA, VT and beyond. “The band has a polyglot of influences, from late ‘70s punk-pop to more modern acts like the Flaming Lips, all rooted in classic sensibility… (M. Witthaus The Hippo Press).” The diversity in the indie/pop-rock band’s sound nudged them into a variety of showcases and festivals, sharing bills with Lucius, Lake Street Dive, and the late Charles Bradley.
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