Boulder rockers The Velveteers released their self-titled debut EP last week. The sibling duo of singer/guitarist Demi and drummer John Demitro gained a large following last year: They played to packed houses at the 2017 Westword Music Showcase and Underground Music Showcase, and Westword readers voted them Colorado's "Best Rock Band" for their high-octane blend of punk and garage rock.
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The Velveteers stopped into the CPR Performance Studio to play four songs with additional drumming from Noah Shomberg of The Yawpers. They also spoke with Alisha Sweeney about their first international tour, the challenges of being a young rock band in Boulder and how the film "Edward Scissorhands" influenced the new EP.
Stream the session and watch The Velveteers perform "Death Hex" above. See more videos below.
- "Death Hex"
- "Atlantic City"
- "Just Like The Weather"
- "The Skeleton Club"
"Just Like The Weather"