A band working their way through the Yukon, BC and Alberta has a pair of stops in the Peace.
Flowshine hits Fort St. John tonight at the Old Church while the band jams at the Rolla Pub on Wednesday.
The band has released two albums of their own, and have a 7” due this fall. The last six years have seen Flowshine perform in an eclectic and extensive list of bars, campfires, cafe's, basements, festival stages, and the like; from Edge of The World Festival in Haida Gwaii to clubs in the heart of downtown Moncton. “We love blending genres and really strive for a diverse musical vocabulary,” begins guitarist and vocalist Jeremiah Erhardt.
“We want to create dynamic and engaging live performances that shows the wide spectrum of influences we pull from.”
To help further the experience of their music, Flowshine has worked hard to produce their own visually and thematically diverse music videos. The very colourful, fun, and sometimes strange footage they have used to accompany their songs shows their sense of humour and acts as an extension of the bands bursting creativity.
They are building a reputation on musicianship, and accessible, relatable song-writing. They have been applauded and revered by audiences for their positive and danceable performances while demonstrating the uniquely skillful musical spin their jazz trained rhythm section is capable of.
Each one of their performances has a real celebration feel and atmosphere. No two Flowshine sets are alike. These are evenings not to miss.
The band plays Fort St. John tonight and Rolla Pub Wednesday night Sept. 7, before a trio of Alberta dates leading into the weekend.